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Translation of "estimate" - English-Spanish dictionary

estimate

noun   /ˈes·tɪ·mət/
a guess of what the size, value, amount, cost, etc. of something might be cálculo, presupuesto This is only a rough estimate.
verb   /ˈes·tɪ·meɪt/ ( present participle estimating, past tense and past participle estimated)
to guess the cost, size, or value of something estimar, calcular They estimate that 90 people were killed in the accident.
(Definition of estimate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

estimate

verb /ˈestimeit/
to judge size, amount, value etc , especially roughly or without measuring estimar, calcular He estimated that the journey would take two hours.
to form an idea or judgement of how good etc something is estimar I estimated my chances of escape as very good.
estimation noun
judgement; opinion juicio In my estimation, he is the more gifted artist of the two.
(Definition of estimate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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