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Meanings of Apportions:

verb

Divide up and share out.

Usage examples:

Voting power will be apportioned according to contribution

Meanings of Appose:

verb

Place (something) side by side with or close to something else.

Usage examples:

The specimen was apposed to x-ray film

Meanings of Apposed:

verb

Place (something) side by side with or close to something else.

Usage examples:

The specimen was apposed to x-ray film

Meanings of Apposes:

verb

Place (something) side by side with or close to something else.

Usage examples:

The specimen was apposed to x-ray film

Meanings of Apposing:

verb

Place (something) side by side with or close to something else.

Usage examples:

The specimen was apposed to x-ray film

Meanings of Apposite:

adjective

Apt in the circumstances or in relation to something.

Usage examples:

An apposite quotation

Meanings of Apposition:

noun

The positioning of things side by side or close together.

Usage examples:

These connections consisted of close appositions between nonspecialized areas of the plasma membran…

Meanings of Appositional:

adjective

Relating to apposition.

Usage examples:

By virtue of the appositional relation, ‘the crime’ is elaborated as ‘shoplifting’, while ‘shoplift…
noun

A term standing in apposition.

Usage examples:

The parenthetic principle functions as appositional, alongside, but also foundational, rendering a …

Meanings of Appositions:

noun

The positioning of things side by side or close together.

Usage examples:

These connections consisted of close appositions between nonspecialized areas of the plasma membran…

Meanings of Appositive:

adjective

Relating to apposition; appositional.

noun

A term standing in apposition.

Meanings of Appositively:

adverb

In an appositive way (= having two nouns or noun phrases that refer to the same person or thing)

Usage examples:

When a title is used appositively it requires commas: "the final book of the series, how to fly, is…

Meanings of Appraisal:

noun

An act of assessing something or someone.

Usage examples:

She carried out a thorough appraisal

Meanings of Appraisals:

noun

An act of assessing something or someone.

Usage examples:

She carried out a thorough appraisal

Meanings of Appraise:

verb

Assess the value or quality of.

Usage examples:

There is a need to appraise existing techniques

Meanings of Appraised:

verb

Assess the value or quality of.

Usage examples:

There is a need to appraise existing techniques

Meanings of Appraiser:

noun

A person whose job is to assess the monetary value of something.

Usage examples:

Her property is worth up to $40 million, according to appraisers

Meanings of Appraisers:

noun

A person whose job is to assess the monetary value of something.

Usage examples:

Her property is worth up to $40 million, according to appraisers

Meanings of Appraises:

verb

Assess the value or quality of.

Usage examples:

There is a need to appraise existing techniques

Meanings of Appraising:

verb

Assess the value or quality of.

Usage examples:

There is a need to appraise existing techniques
adjective

Assessing the value or quality of something; critical.

Usage examples:

She cast an appraising eye over the notes

Meanings of Appreciable:

adjective

Large or important enough to be noticed.

Usage examples:

Pupils may have to travel appreciable distances

Meanings of Appreciably:

adverb

To an appreciable extent; considerably.

Usage examples:

Profits have grown appreciably over the last four years

Meanings of Appreciate:

verb

Recognize the full worth of.

Usage examples:

She feels that he does not appreciate her

Meanings of Appreciated:

verb

Recognize the full worth of.

Usage examples:

She feels that he does not appreciate her

Meanings of Appreciates:

verb

Recognize the full worth of.

Usage examples:

She feels that he does not appreciate her

Meanings of Appreciating:

verb

Recognize the full worth of.

Usage examples:

She feels that he does not appreciate her

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