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appraise

US [əˈpreɪz]
UK [ə'preɪz]
  • v.估价;估量;(对某人的工作)作出评价
  • Web鉴定;评估;估计
Simple Present:appraises  Present Participle:appraising  Past Tense:appraised  
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v.
1.
~ sb/sth
估量;估价to consider or examine sb/sth and form an opinion about them or it
an appraising glance/look
打量的一瞥╱目光
His eyes coolly appraised the young woman before him.
他双眼冷静地打量着面前的年轻女子。
She stepped back to appraise her workmanship.
她退后一步,看看她的作品是否完美。
2.
~ sb
(对某人的工作)作出评价to make a formal judgement about the value of a person's work, usually after a discussion with them about it
Managers must appraise all staff.
经理必须对全体员工作出评价。

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