inform (somebody) of something;
"I advised him that the rent was due"
make aware of;
"Have the students been apprised of the tuition hike?"
gain in value;
"The yen appreciated again!"
increase the value of;
"The Germans want to appreciate the Deutsche Mark"
- She came in to apprize me that my presence was required.
- She came in to apprise, apprize me that my presence was required.
- Reduce the number of folding paper, adjust the machinery, try adding an impressing device on the glue machinery, and I'll apprize you whether it's feasible in early May.
- The Apprize Duty in an Insurance Contract
- Application of Apprize Procedure in Administrative Punishment
- appraise;apprize;apprise.The first two mean "to estimate the value of";the second means, in addition, "to value highly";the third means "to inform.