Appreciate in a sentence as a verb

How about "I appreciate your desire to have more stock available to give new hires.

I'd appreciate it if you could please upvote this comment and help me contextualize this audit.

I admire OP's financial project and appreciate his sharing it.

Its reaching opens it to much criticism, and rightfully so, but I appreciate it for its ambition.

Lots of sharp programmers deeply appreciate both of them, and are used to languages that gracefully provide both of those facilities.

Surely the title containing some sort of description about the content is a courtesy that users would appreciate.

There is obviously some skill in researching, predicting, working and acquiring land that will soon appreciate in value.

I not only appreciate what they are trying to do moving forward, but also the entirely good natured, reasonable tone of the whole message.

The critical eye of an average iPhone user will appreciate the fine craftsmanship & precision of the painstaking work that went into translating the iconic clock into an exact digital replica.

I appreciate the cheekiness of calling it the "Dark Mail Alliance", but from a purely PR perspective, it would make sense to reconsider your name if you are taking the position that encrypted end-to-end email is not solely an interest of those pursuing shady or deviant activities.

I was berated for how much time and money was wasted on getting me ready for employment, and I replied I was promised repeatedly that I would not have to sign away my rights, and this was absolutely a deal breaker and I didn't appreciate being told repeatedly this would be honored until the very last minute.

Appreciate definitions


recognize with gratitude; be grateful for


be fully aware of; realize fully; "Do you appreciate the full meaning of this letter?"


hold dear; "I prize these old photographs"

See also: prize value treasure


gain in value; "The yen appreciated again!"

See also: apprize apprise revalue


increase the value of; "The Germans want to appreciate the Deutsche Mark"

See also: apprize apprise