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?21. The study will also

*evaluate*the assessment procedures in use and examine their impact on children and on the school more generally.http://sentencedict.com/evaluate.html22. For culture helps to explain and

*evaluate*the realities of life.23. At his news conference, he said he would

*evaluate*legal and ethical issues before deciding what to do with the money.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

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*evaluate*them carefully.30. This detailed knowledge of land formations should help geologists find mineral resources and

*evaluate*geologic hazards such as earthquake zones.More similar words: evaluation, value, graduate, adequate, insinuate, accentuate, undergraduate, aluminum, prevail, elevator, relevant, devastating, equation, situation, naval, rival, valley, valid, graduation, arrival, removal, interval, survival, approval, validity, equivalent, at intervals, at regular intervals, rate, late.