appraise definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to gauge, particularly in the state capacity.
    • To calculate the high quality, quantity, dimensions, and other features of; judge. See Synonyms at estimation.
    • setting a value; to approximate the well worth of, especially by individuals appointed with the aim.
    • To approximate; to conjecture.
    • To praise; to commend.
  • verb:
    • setting a value; to approximate the well worth of, specifically by individuals appointed for the purpose; as, to appraise goods and chattels.
    • To approximate; to conjecture.
    • To praise; to commend.
    • To apprise, inform.
    • evaluate or estimate the type, high quality, capability, degree, or need for
    • consider in a comprehensive way
  • others:
    • . To worth; prize.
    • To appreciate in current cash; formally set an amount upon; calculate the worthiness of: used particularly associated with action of someone or people appointed for the purpose, under path of law or by contract of individuals interested: as, to appraise the products and estate of a deceased individual, or products taken under a distress for rent.
    • To calculate generally speaking, in regards to quality, solution, size, body weight, etc.

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