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approximate

adjective uk   /əˈprɒk.sɪ.mət/  us   /-ˈprɑːk-/
B2 not completely accurate but close: The train's approximate time of arrival is 10.30. The approximate cost will be about $600. Can you give me an approximate idea of the numbers involved?
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verb [I + adv/prep, T] uk   /əˈprɒk.sɪ.meɪt/  us   /-ˈprɑːk-/ formal
to be almost the same as: The newspaper reports of the discussion only roughly approximated to (= were not exactly the same as) what was actually said. Student numbers this year are expected to approximate 5,000 (= to be about 5,000).
Traducciones de “approximate”
en árabe تَقْريبيّ…
en coreano 대충의…
in Malaysian hampir tepat…
en francés approximatif…
en turco yaklaşık, hemen hemen…
en italiano approssimato…
en chino (tradicionál) 大致的,大約的,大概的…
en ruso приблизительный…
en polaco przybliżony…
in Vietnamese gần đúng…
en español aproximado…
en portugués aproximado…
in Thai ใกล้เคียง, โดยประมาณ…
en alemán ungefähr…
en catalán aproximat…
en japonés おおよその, 概算の…
in Indonesian hampir tepat, kira-kira, kurang lebih…
en chino (simplificado) 大致的,大约的,大概的…
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