名词:appraisement 动词过去式:appraised 过去分词:appraised 现在分词:appraising 第三人称单数:appraises 形容词:appraisable
ad-=to,at,for 表示方向、变化、完成、附加、增加、开始，或只表加强的重要字首 变化型 ab-,ac-,af-,ag-,al-,an-,ap-,ar-,as-,at-
v [Tn] assess the value or quality of (sb/sth) 评价; 估价; 鉴定; 评定
*appraise a student's work 评定学生的作业
* an appraising glance 估量的眼光
* It would be unwise to buy the house before having it appraised. 买房子不事先估价是不明智的.
1400-1500; Language: Old French;Origin:
aprisier, from prisier 'to value'
; influenced by praise]formal
to officially judge how successful, effective, or valuable something is
= evaluate Greenpeace has been invited to appraise the environmental costs of such an operation.literary
to look carefully at someone or something to make an opinion about them His eyes appraised her face.
释义:Means "dream" in Kazakh, of Persian origin.