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estimate /ˈestəmət, ˈestɪmət/ noun [countable]
estimate /ˈestəmeɪt, ˈestɪmeɪt/ verb [transitive]

ارزیابی کردن ، براورد کردن ، دیدزنی ، تقویم ، ارزیابی ، قیمت ، شهرت ، اعتبار ، براوردکردن ، تخمین زدن ، علوم مهندسی: تخمین ، عمران: تخمین ، قانون ـ فقه: تخمین زدن ، روانشناسی: براورد کردن ، بازرگانی: تخمین زدن ، تخمین ، علوم نظامی: براورد براورد وضعیت

: estimate (commander's)

براورد فرماندهی ، علوم نظامی: براورد وضعیت فرماندهی

: estimate (to)

براورد کردن ، معماری: تخمین زدن
مهندسی صنایع: تخمین ، بر آورد مهندسی صنایع: تولید: تخمین

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- calculate roughly, assess, evaluate, gauge, guess, judge, number, reckon, value
- form an opinion, believe, conjecture, consider, judge, rank, rate, reckon, surmise
- approximate calculation, assessment, ballpark figure (informal), guess, guesstimate (informal), judgment, valuation
- opinion, appraisal, assessment, belief, estimation, judgment
Contrasted words: calculate, compute, measure
Related Idioms: point of view
Related Words: adjudge, adjudicate, judge, ascertain, determine, discover, price, prize, decide, settle, cast, sum, count, enumerate, round, round off, conjecture, guess, suppose, surmise, fancy, imagine, deduce, infer, calculation, measurement, reckoning, sizing up, projection
English Thesaurus: calculate, work out, figure out, count, total, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. estimate1 S3 W2 AC /ˈestəmət, ˈestɪmət/ noun [countable]
[Word Family: noun: estimate, estimation, estimator, overestimateunderestimate; verb: estimate, overestimateunderestimate; adjective: estimated]

1. a calculation of the value, size, amount etc of something made using the information that you have, which may not be complete:
We just need an estimate of the number of people who will come.

2. a statement of how much it will probably cost to build or repair something
estimate for
The garage said they’d send me an estimate for the work.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. estimate2 S3 W2 AC /ˈestəmeɪt, ˈestɪmeɪt/ verb [transitive]
to try to judge the value, size, speed, cost etc of something, without calculating it exactly
be estimated to be/have/cost etc
The tree is estimated to be at least 700 years old.
estimate something at something
Organizers estimated the crowd at 50,000.
estimate that
Scientists estimate that smoking reduces life expectancy by around 12 years on average.
estimate how many/what etc
It is not easy to estimate how many people have the disease.
—estimated adjective:
heroin with an estimated street value of £50,000
—estimator noun [countable]

In everyday English, people often say put something at an amount rather than estimate something at:
The damage was put at thousands of dollars.
[Word Family: noun: estimate, estimation, estimator, overestimateunderestimate; verb: estimate, overestimateunderestimate; adjective: estimated]
[Date: 1500-1600; Language: Latin; Origin: past participle of aestimare 'to think important']

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. official, unofficial | current, recent Current estimates suggest that supplies will run out within six months.
early, initial, preliminary | accurate, fair, good, realistic, reasonable, reliable | best Flight times in the brochure are based on our best estimate, and will be confirmed as soon as possible.
approximate, rough | conservative, low I think 15,000 will turn out to be a very low estimate.
high According to the highest estimate, over 100,000 men died in the battle.
optimistic, pessimistic | cost
VERB + ESTIMATE make Can you make an estimate of the numbers involved?
give (sb), provide (sb with), submit Three firms submitted estimates for the work.
ESTIMATE + VERB be based on sth | indicate sth, predict sth, show sth, suggest sth One estimate suggests that 30,000 jobs may be lost.
put sth at Some estimates put the figure as high as 50%.
range, vary Cost estimates vary from $50,000 to $200,000.
PREP. according to an/the ~ According to the revised estimate, four million people will be without homes.
at an ~ Even at a conservative estimate, there is a lot of work to be done.
in an/the ~ In his first estimate, he suggested a figure of £5,000.
~ by, ~ from According to an estimate by a leading newspaper, she earns £40 million a year.
~ for We will send you an estimate for the repairs.
~ of an estimate of profits an estimate of £300

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADV. currently | accurately, reliably | provisionally | conservatively It is conservatively estimated that not less than half a million people died in the famine.
officially, unofficially The strike was officially estimated to have cost $80 million.
VERB + ESTIMATE be difficult to, be hard to, be impossible to | be used to The results of the survey were used to estimate the preferences of the population at large.
PREP. at We estimated the cost at £50,000.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


make an estimate
Insurers have to make an estimate of the risk involved.
give an estimate
The builder gave me an estimate of £10,000.
provide (somebody with) an estimate
Could you ask him if he can provide us with an estimate?
put an estimate on something (=say the amount that you think something is)
It is impossible to put an estimate on the value of the manuscript.
an estimate puts something at something
Independent estimates put the number of refugees at 50,000.
base an estimate on something (=use something as information to give an estimate)
The government based its estimate on data from the 2008 census.
a rough/approximate estimate (=not exact)
Can you give me a rough estimate of how much the repairs will cost?
an accurate/reliable estimate (=fairly exact)
It’s hard to put an accurate estimate on the number of people affected.
a conservative estimate (=deliberately low)
By conservative estimates, 2.5 million people die each year from smoking cigarettes.
an official estimate (=accepted by people in authority)
According to official army estimates, more than 500 rebels had been killed.
current/recent estimates (=ones that are accepted now)
According to current estimates, the country can expect 200,000 visitors in the next three years.
the latest estimates (=the most recent ones)
The latest estimates are that sea levels could rise by about 20 cm by 2050.
earlier/previous estimates
These amounts are much higher than those given in previous estimates.
the original estimate (=the one given at the beginning of a process)
The final cost was nearly three times the original estimate.
according to an estimate
According to some estimates, an acre of forest is cleared every minute.
estimates range/vary from ... to ...
Estimates of the number of homeless people in the city range from 6,000 to 10,000.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: Her master's thesis was highly estimated and is now being prepared for publication.
GOOD: Her master's thesis was highly esteemed and is now being prepared for publication.

Usage Note:
estimate = calculate an amount or price without being exact: 'The police department estimates that the number of crimes will increase this year by about 15%.' 'At that point, the public sector deficit was estimated to be around £45 billion.' 'The population of Adelaide is estimated at 917,000.'
be highly esteemed/thought of = be greatly admired, especially by a large number of people: 'In the world of fashion, his work is highly thought of.'

BAD: Each of us gave a short talk and then we had to estimate each other's performance.
GOOD: Each of us gave a short talk and then we had to assess each other's performance.

Usage Note:
assess = consider something carefully and give an opinion about how good or bad it is: 'Parents should be shown how to assess the quality of a school.' 'This test provides a simple means of assessing an applicant's suitability.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

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