appreciable


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ap·pre·cia·ble

 (ə-prē′shə-bəl)
adj.
Possible to estimate, measure, or perceive: appreciable changes in temperature. See Synonyms at perceptible.

ap·pre′cia·bly adv.

appreciable

(əˈpriːʃɪəbəl; -ʃəbəl)
adj
sufficient to be easily seen, measured, or noticed
apˈpreciably adv

ap•pre•ci•a•ble

(əˈpri ʃi ə bəl, -ʃə bəl)

adj.
sufficient to be readily perceived or estimated; considerable: There is an appreciable difference between socialism and communism.
[1810–20]
ap•pre′ci•a•bly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.appreciable - enough to be estimated or measured; "appreciable amounts of noxious wastes are dumped into the harbor"
considerable - large or relatively large in number or amount or extent or degree; "a considerable quantity"; "the economy was a considerable issue in the campaign"; "went to considerable trouble for us"; "spent a considerable amount of time on the problem"

appreciable

appreciable

adjective
Translations
مَلْحوظ، مَلْموس
patrnýznačný
mærkbarvæsentlig
umtalsverîur
gözle görülürkayda değer

appreciable

[əˈpriːʃəbl] ADJ
1. (= noticeable) → apreciable
an appreciable differenceuna diferencia apreciable
2. (= large) → importante, considerable
an appreciable sumuna cantidad importante or considerable

appreciable

[əˈpriːʃəbəl] adj [difference, effect, amount, number, time] → appréciable

appreciable

adjbeträchtlich, deutlich; difference, change alsonennenswert, merklich

appreciable

[əˈpriːʃəbl] adj (increase, effect) → sensibile; (change) → notevole

appreciate

(əˈpriːʃieit) verb
1. to be grateful for (something). I appreciate all your hard work.
2. to value (someone or something) highly. Mothers are very often not appreciated.
3. understand; to be aware of. I appreciate your difficulties but I cannot help.
4. to increase in value. My house has appreciated (in value) considerably over the last ten years.
apˈpreciable (-ʃəbl) adjective
noticeable; considerable. an appreciable increase.
apˈpreciably (-ʃəbli) adverb
apˌpreciˈation noun
1. gratefulness. I wish to show my appreciation for what you have done.
2. the state of valuing or understanding something. a deep appreciation of poetry.
3. the state of being aware of something. He has no appreciation of our difficulties.
4. an increase in value.
5. a written article etc which describes the qualities of something. an appreciation of the new book.
apˈpreciative (-ʃətiv) adjective
giving due thanks or praise; grateful. an appreciative audience.
apˈpreciatively adverb
References in classic literature ?
300,000 times weaker than that of the sun, and that its heat has no appreciable effect upon the thermometer.
A dollar or two should be added to the price usually paid for Janie's shoes, which would insure their lasting an appreciable time longer than they usually did.
Nicholson sat silent for an appreciable time, while his unhappy son surveyed the poles in the back green, and a certain yellow cat that was perched upon the wall.
I do not know when or where my father got it for me, and I am aware of an appreciable time that passed between my hearing of it and my having it.
She differed from the others in no feature that was appreciable to my earthly eyes, in fact all Mahars look alike to me: but when she crossed the arena after the balance of her female subjects had found their bowlders, she was preceded by a score of huge Sagoths, the largest I ever had seen, and on either side of her waddled a huge thipdar, while behind came another score of Sagoth guardsmen.
Fox-terriers are born with about four times as much original sin in them as other dogs are, and it will take years and years of patient effort on the part of us Christians to bring about any appreciable reformation in the rowdiness of the fox-terrier nature.
I alighted softly upon the ground, however, without appreciable shock or jar.
Society is hopelessly snobbish, and this fact of your extraction may make an appreciable difference to its acceptance of you as my wife, after I have made you the well-read woman that I mean to make you.
As the last of the Waziri filed from the chamber, Tarzan turned back for a last glimpse of the fabulous wealth upon which his two inroads had made no appreciable impression.
His lips moved, and though no sound came forth that might have been appreciable to a human ear beyond the walls of his prison, yet he realized that the one beyond would hear.
An action going on, on every side of us, and yet barely appreciable, might surely be carried a little further, without exciting our observation.
Stelling felt like a kind-hearted man; he foresaw a probable money loss for himself, but this had no appreciable share in his feeling, while he looked with grave pity at the brother and sister for whom youth and sorrow had begun together.