Synonym: appraise, assess, judge, measure, pass judgment, valuate, value. Similar words: evaluation, value, graduate, adequate, insinuate, accentuate, undergraduate, aluminum. Meaning: [ɪ'væljʊeɪt] v. 1. place a value on; judge the worth of something 2. form a critical opinion of.
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1. You should be able to evaluate your own work.
2. Evaluate the good in your life.
3. The market situation is difficult to evaluate.
4. I can't evaluate his ability without seeing his work.
5. I can not evaluate such an important antique.
6. Don't evaluate a person on the basis of appearance.
7. It's impossible to evaluate these results without knowing more about the research methods employed.
8. The aim is to evaluate possible outcomes.
9. We need to evaluate the success of the campaign.
10. Superiors would evaluate a plainclothesman on his dependability.
11. It can be difficult to evaluate the effectiveness of different treatments.
12. Our research attempts to evaluate the effectiveness of the different drugs.
13. They're doing tests to evaluate the effectiveness of this herb as an antiseptic.
14. We need to evaluate how well the policy is working.
15. How to evaluate a wall chart: 1.
16. Evaluate the following portfolio using equal weights.
17. How do the two peoples evaluate their systems?
18. Surveys to evaluate new product ideas Concept testing.
19. We must scrutinize and evaluate.
20. How do we evaluate their performance?
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22. For culture helps to explain and evaluate the realities of life.
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24. This study is the first to evaluate the role of food and fluids in preventing fainting and heart attacks in air travelers.
25. The school has only been open for six months, so it's hard to evaluate its success.
26. The law now requires that parents serve on the committees that plan and evaluate school programs.
27. A Washington-based advisory group on historic preservation must first evaluate the proposal.
28. The student who has cared for a patient is in the best position to evaluate and report on his or her progress.
29. In this situation it is vital to keep an open mind and consider any possibilities and evaluate them carefully.
30. This detailed knowledge of land formations should help geologists find mineral resources and evaluate geologic hazards such as earthquake zones.
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