Appraise (verb)

  1. To evaluate the worth or value of something, especially property or an item of art.
  2. To assess the quality or worth of something, especially in order to determine a fair price.

Origin:

From the middle english word appræsen, which comes from the old french word apprécier which means "to value" or "to estimate".

Examples:

  1. The real estate agent appraised the house for $500,000.
  2. The word "appraise" comes from the Middle English word appræsen, which comes from the Old French word apprécier which means "to value" or "to estimate".
  3. He appraised the painting and found it to be worth $10,000.
  4. The company appraised the employee's work and gave her a raise.
  5. The appraiser evaluated the diamond and gave it a value of $5,000.
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