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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishappraisalap‧prais‧al /əˈpreɪzəl/ ●○○ noun  1 OPINION[countable, uncountable] a statement or opinion judging the worth, value, or condition of somethingappraisal of It needed a calmer appraisal of her situation. a critical appraisal of the existing facilities2 [countable] a meeting between a manager and a worker to discuss the quality of someone’s work and how well they do their job
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appraisalProgress in note-making requires an honest appraisal of your own notes.If appraisal now reveals that it has some validity in principle, the next stage is application.An investment appraisal comes with the project.On this basis the methods of investment appraisal described here may be used.One of my favorite exercises is in-house training for partners on how to talk more effectively with associates regarding performance appraisal.The research is designed to contribute to an improved foundation for teacher training and teacher appraisal.The subject of the appraisal should be given time to prepare and the opportunity to corroborate the report.It is well known that the appraisal has been carried out and that the information is with the Minister.appraisal ofan expert's appraisal of the antique clock
From Longman Business Dictionaryappraisalap‧prais‧al /əˈpreɪzəl/ noun [countable, uncountable] a statement or opinion judging the worth, value, or condition of somethingWhat’s your appraisal of the situation? credit appraisal performance appraisal
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