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When you are thankful for the attempt but hate filled by the result.
I appreciHate the Limited-Edition DeLorean Nike Dunk shoe.
by haZE327 March 03, 2011
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1.
Not only the opposite of appreciating an act or gesture, but actually hating the act or gesture and its origin, usually an unapprecihative person. A good countermeasure to a sarcastic or rude comment.
Tony: Damn dude, you got ganked!
Me: Thanks asshole, I apprecihate it...
by Malakas Takis January 25, 2006
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To simultaneously respect something/someone and detest that thing/person at the same time.
Dude: Look at A-Rod! What a poser!
Dude #2: You gotta apprecihate him--though the dude ruined the game of baseball, he's still got talent.
by corrid April 28, 2009
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ap·pre·ci·hate
-hat·ed, -hat·ing. verb

Derived from the word appreciate.

To be thankful for something that you don't really enjoy/like. Usually used out of guilt or simply politeness.
"Taste this wine!"

"Sure," - ew - "thank you."

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"How was the wine?"

"I apprecihated it."
by WriterPoet August 19, 2007
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