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Difference between Appraise and Apprise


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Appraise is a verb. Meanings: assess; evaluate; judge; review; consider; value

Apprise is a verb. Meanings: explain; tell; describe; impart; pass on; acquaint


Sample Usage

Appraise Examples:
1. The local corporation officials had to first appraise the land before giving the go-ahead for the new building.
2. On appraising the soil the agriculturist advised the farmers to grow strawberries.

Apprise Examples:
1. The India Review Channel Webmaster apprised all the members of the re-introduction of cash credits from the New Year.
2. The tournament officials apprised all the players of the new rules just two days before the handball qualifiers began.


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