One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the first thing to do is to estimate the cost’
roughly calculate, approximate, make an estimate of, guess, evaluate, judge, gauge, reckon, rate, appraise, form an opinion of, form an impression of, get the measure of, determine, weigh up
informal size up, guesstimate
2‘we estimate the carpet to be worth about £50,000’
consider, believe, guess, reckon, deem, hold, judge, adjudge, surmise, rate, gauge, take, suppose
regard as being, view as being, see as being, class as being, think of as being, look on as being
be of the opinion, conjecture
1‘an estimate of the repair cost’
rough calculation, approximation, estimation, educated guess, informed guess, rough guess, impression
approximate cost, approximate price, approximate value, estimated cost, estimated price, estimated value
costing, quotation, pricing, valuation, evaluation, assessment, appraisal
2‘his estimate of Paul's integrity dropped a few notches’
evaluation, estimation, judgement, gauging, rating, appraisal, opinion, view, analysis
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