Synonym: calculate, compute, evaluate, figure, gauge, judge, rate, value. Similar words: estimated, intimate, ultimate, legitimate, ultimately, climate, testimony, approximately. Meaning: ['estɪmeɪt] n. 1. an approximate calculation of quantity or degree or worth 2. a judgment of the qualities of something or somebody 3. a document appraising the value of something (as for insurance or taxation) 4. a statement indicating the likely cost of some job 5. the respect with which a person is held. v. 1. judge tentatively or form an estimate of (quantities or time) 2. judge to be probable.

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1. The committee lacked a correct

*estimate*of his ability.2. My

*estimate*of his abilities was wrong.3. Her

*estimate*was right on the nose.4. We

*estimate*the cost to be four thousand dollars.5. I

*estimate*his age at thirty - five.6. Their

*estimate*is in the right ball park.7. The painter's

*estimate*for painting the whole house was 1000 dollars.8. I can give you a rough

*estimate*of the number of bricks you will need.9. A conservative

*estimate*puts annual sales at around $100 million.10. We will send you an

*estimate*for the work without obligation .11. I can give you a rough

*estimate*of the amount of wood you will need.12. At a conservative

*estimate*, the holiday will cost about ￡1500.13. Try to

*estimate*how many steps it will take to get to a close object.14. The actual

*estimate*for extra staff and consequential costs such as accommodation was an annual ￡9.18m.15. I hadn't been far wrong in my

*estimate*.16. I need the actual figures, not an

*estimate*.17. At a conservative

*estimate*, he'll be earning £40 000.18. 150 is an outside

*estimate*.19. Can you

*estimate*its length/how long it is?20. I'll prepare a revised

*estimate*for you.21. This figure is five times the original

*estimate*.sentencedict.com/estimate.html22. One

*estimate*suggests that 30,000 jobs may be lost.23. You had better countercheck that last

*estimate*.24. I

*estimate*her age at 30 .25. Historians can't

*estimate*the date with any precision.26. Can you make an

*estimate*of the numbers involved?27. Police

*estimate*the crowd at 30 000.28. We are at present in correspondence with the company on the matter of our

*estimate*for the repair of the bridge.29. The number of people who applied for the course was 120 compared with an initial

*estimate*of between 50 and 100.30. At least 5 000 people were killed, and that's a conservative

*estimate*.More similar words: estimated, intimate, ultimate, legitimate, ultimately, climate, testimony, approximately, stimulate, investigate, mate, stimulus, testing, question, testify, inmate, by this time, domestic, optimistic, in question, teammate, material, suggestion, clandestine, alma mater, estate, Palestinian, questionnaire, investigator, beyond question.