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Translation of "approximate" - English-Spanish dictionary

approximate

adjective   /əˈprɒk·sɪ·mət/
not completely accurate but close aproximado What is the approximate cost of a taxi to the airport?
verb   /əˈprɒk·sɪ·meɪt/ ( also approximate to)
to be almost the same as something aproximarse a
(Definition of approximate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

approximate

adjective /əˈproksimət/
very nearly correct or accurate; not intended to be absolutely correct aproximado These figures are only approximate Can you give me an approximate price for the job?
approximately adverb
nearly; more or less aproximadamente There will be approximately five hundred people present.
approximation noun
a figure, answer etc which is not (intended to be) exact aproximación This figure is just an approximation.
the process of estimating a figure etc aproximación We decided on a price by a process of approximation.
(Definition of approximate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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