appreciably


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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.
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Adv.1.appreciably - to a noticeable degree; "they weather was appreciably colder"

appreciably

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appreciably

[əˈpriːʃəblɪ] ADV [change, grow] → sensiblemente, perceptiblemente
he is appreciably older than his brotheres considerablemente mayor que su hermano
the weather had turned appreciably colderel tiempo se había vuelto bastante más frío

appreciably

[əˈpriːʃəbli] advsensiblement, de façon appréciable

appreciably

advbeträchtlich, deutlich; differ, change alsonennenswert, merklich

appreciably

[əˈpriːʃəblɪ] adv (increase) → sensibilmente; (change) → notevolmente

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 ?
But wherever there is a rich supply of Fog objects that are at a distance, say of three feet, are appreciably dimmer than those at a distance of two feet eleven inches; and the result is that by careful and constant experimental observation of comparative dimness and clearness, we are enabled to infer with great exactness the configuration of the object observed.
Perhaps he reflected on his motives; but it seemed to me that his conscience could be nothing else but a monstrous thing which very few actions could disturb appreciably.
Do you dream that even by the end of that time you will be appreciably nearer your victory?
To have moved, to have heard his step again, was appreciably a help; though even in recognising this he lingered once more a little by the chimney-piece on which his light had rested.
It was probable that, in the lapse of ages, improved systems of moral and intellectual training would appreciably, perhaps considerably, elevate the involuntary and even the unconscious instincts of human nature; but up to the present day culture, as far as he could see, might be said to have affected only the mental epiderm of those lives which had been brought under its influence.
The march of the troops through the corridor was as rapid as was consistent with the number of men that moved through so narrow a passage, but it was not ample to permit us to gain appreciably on the pursuing tide.
Dawn showed that I had gained appreciably upon the flier ahead of me.
What were the thoughts of his strange captor or guide Clayton could only vaguely conjecture; but that he had heard the shot, and was in some manner affected by it was quite evident, for he quickened his pace so appreciably that Clayton, stumbling blindly in his wake, was down a dozen times in as many minutes in a vain effort to keep pace with him, and soon was left hopelessly behind.
He meant to be a unit who would make a certain amount of difference towards that spreading change which would one day tell appreciably upon the averages, and in the mean time have the pleasure of making an advantageous difference to the viscera of his own patients.
Their short and simple annals could be eked out by confidences which would not appreciably enrich the materials of the literary history of their time, and it seems better to leave them to the imagination of such posterity as they may reach.
That he was appreciably weaker there was no doubt, and there were other symptoms that were unfavourable.
The glow was appreciably longer and warmer, the laughter deeper and more resonant.