[ UK /ɐpɹˈa‍ɪz/ ]
[ US /əˈpɹaɪz/ ]
  1. increase the value of
    The Germans want to appreciate the Deutsche Mark
  2. gain in value
    The yen appreciated again!
  3. make aware of
    Have the students been apprised of the tuition hike?
  4. inform (somebody) of something
    I advised him that the rent was due
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How To Use apprise In A Sentence

  • The support ships topside kept them apprised of all developments, but the questions that remained was if Seaview could get to them in time and could they affect a rescue even if they did?
  • An emissary would be permitted to leave Berwick to apprise the so-called Regent of this arrangement.
  • However, it has kept her apprised of the booster rocket issue for more than a week.
  • She met with alumni Jan. 22 to apprise them of costs and funding strategies. Backed by Founders, Erasmus on Rise Again
  • The local people apprised the Chief minister about their problems.
  • The labels apprise me of their contents: molybdenite of ammonia, chloride of antimony, permanganate of potash and ever so many other strange terms. The Life of the fly; with which are interspersed some chapters of autobiography
  • After he was apprised of Stacy's condition, he then wanted to know what had happened.
  • The father, apprised afterward of the fact, dissembles his feelings, but meditates a deadly vengeance against Astyages for this Thyestean meal. The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 01
  • Appraise/apprise: To appraise is to determine the value of something; to apprise is to inform others of something. Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]
  • Attempting to apprise the mob of Louis-Philippe's abdication, an elderly marshal on a white horse preceded by a trumpeter went unheard.
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