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    What does ' I really appreciate him as a friend' mean?

    What difference would be there if it was ' I really appreciate him as a friend and as a person'?

    Thanks a lot!

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    Re: Appreciate as a friend

    It usually means, "I like him, but I wouldn't be romantically involved with him."

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