evaluateverb [T]uk /ɪˈvæl.ju.eɪt/ us /ɪˈvæl.ju.eɪt/
- The effects of the drug on patients' behaviour is extremely difficult to evaluate.
- Her new book looks at how we can evaluate animal intelligence.
- In the study, ten major airlines were evaluated for on-time performance, baggage handling, fares, safety and customer service.
- This activity encourages students to evaluate different points of view and present their own conclusions.
- The magazine article evaluated ten different digital cameras and ranked them according to price and ease of use.