What does fully apprised mean?
inform, acquaint, apprise, notify mean to make one aware of something.
Is it appraised or apprised?
When you ‘appraise’ something, you determine or assess the value of it. ‘Apprise’, on the other hand, means to inform or notify. Both are used in formal contexts.
How do I use apprised in a sentence?
I’m grateful to my cousin for taking the time to apprise me of our grandmother’s illness. Please apprise me of any changes to the document before publication. I expect my son’s teacher to apprise me of his academic struggles. I scheduled a meeting for this afternoon to apprise my boss of the project status.
Is there a word apprised?
verb (used with object), ap·prised, ap·pris·ing. to give notice to; inform; advise (often followed by of): to be apprised of the death of an old friend.
How do you use apprised?
Apprise in a Sentence 🔉
- The scouts went back to apprise their commanding officer of the enemy’s location.
- How long will it be before the doctor comes out of surgery to apprise me of my wife’s condition?
- The caring manager was not happy to apprise his employees that their jobs were in jeopardy.
Has been apprised?
To appraise is to estimate the value of something, but remove the second “a,” and you have apprise, which means “to tell.” If you hire someone to appraise your house, you might have to apprise your family of the fact that you now owe the bank more than your house is worth.
How do you say I will keep you updated?
If someone asks you to keep them posted on the general progress of a project, you may want to say, “Ok. I’ll keep you updated.” Alternatively, if they are waiting for some specific information you can say, “Ok. I’ll let you know as soon as we hear something.”
What does availing yourself mean?
: to produce or result in as a benefit or advantage : gain His efforts availed him nothing. avail oneself of or less commonly avail of. : to make use of : to take advantage of They availed themselves of his services.