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estimate

US [ˈestɪmət]
UK ['estɪmeɪt]
  • v.估计;估算;估价
  • n.估价;(对大小、数量、成本等的)估计;估计的成本
  • Web估量;评估;评价
Simple Present:estimates  Present Participle:estimating  Past Tense:estimated  
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n.
1.
(对大小、数量、成本等的)估计;估价a judgement that you make without having the exact details or figures about the size, amount, cost, etc. of sth
I can give you a rough estimate of the amount of wood you will need.
我可以粗略估计一下你所需要的木材量。
a ballpark estimate(= an approximate estimate)
大致相近的估计
official government estimates of traffic growth over the next decade
政府对今后十年交通增长的官方估计
At least 5 000 people were killed, and that's a conservative estimate(= the real figure will be higher) .
至少 5 000 人丧生,这还是个保守的估计。
2.
估计的成本;估价a statement of how much a piece of work will probably cost
v.
1.
[oftpass]
估计;估价;估算to form an idea of the cost, size, value etc. of sth, but without calculating it exactly
The satellite will cost an estimated £400 million.
这颗卫星估计要耗资 4 亿英镑。
Police estimate the crowd at 30 000.
警方估计聚集的人有 3 万。
The deal is estimated to be worth around $1.5 million.
这笔交易估计价值 150 万元左右。
We estimated (that) it would cost about €5 000.
我们估计要花费大约 5 000 欧元。
It is estimated (that) the project will last four years.
据估计,这项工程将用时四年。
It is hard to estimate how many children suffer from dyslexia.
很难估计有多少孩子受诵读困难的困扰。

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