- 英[ˈestɪmət , ˈestɪmeɪt]
- 美[ˈestɪmət , ˈestɪmeɪt]
- n.估计，预测; 报价，预算书; 评价，判断;
- vt.估计，估算; 评价，评论; 估量，估价;
- 复数: estimates;
- 第三人称单数: estimates;
- 过去式: estimated;
- 过去分词: estimated;
- 现在分词: estimating;
I can give you a rough estimate of the amount of wood you will need.
Its own estimate of three hundred tallies with that of another survey.
A conservative estimate of the bill, so far, is about £22,000.
I hadn't been far wrong in my estimate.
At least one estimate puts the total tab at $7 million.
We were only able to make a rough estimate of how much fuel would be required.
Try to estimate how many steps it will take to get to a close object.
This figure is five times the original estimate.
I estimate that the total cost for treatment will be $12,500.
I hadn't been far wrong in my estimate of his grandson's capabilities.
A recent estimate was that factories were undermanned by about 30 per cent.
The actual estimate for extra staff and consequential costs such as accommodation was an annual £9.18m.
Some analysts estimate its current popularity at around ten per cent.
His estimate of half a million HIV positive cases was based on an extrapolation of the known incidence of the virus.
The painter's estimate for painting the whole house was 1000 dollars.
We estimate the cost to be five thousand dollars.
Did the engineer estimate for building the bridge?
那位工程师估计建桥的费用了 吗 ?
I don't know her well enough to form an estimate of her abilities.
Her estimate was right on the nose.
He estimate his income tax bill by extrapolation from figures submit in previous year.
We are at present in correspondence with the company on the matter of our estimate for the repair of the bridge.
According to one estimate, about 19 in 20 people can be hypnotizd to some degree if they want to be and if they trust the hypnotist.
I estimate the damage at 8000 yuan.
One must have a correct estimate of oneself.
Though it may be possible to measure the value of material goods in terms of money, it is extremely difficult to estimate the true value of the services which people perform for us.
I asked three building firms to estimate for the repairs to the house.
It exceeded my estimate by a great deal.
Only the rough guess and estimate can be made of it.
The lowest estimate would put the worth of the jewel at ＄200.
He estimated that the comfort level will increase considerably in five to ten years3) One dog has been killed and multiple dogs have been injured by a snowmobile driver in what appears to be an intentional attack on competitors in the Iditarod Race in Alaska.
He estimated that about 3,000 postmasters, 500 station managers and between 500 and 1,000 postal clerks couldlose their jobs.
To help quantify ( ' , 量化 ) the costs of a poor diet, I recently tried to estimate this impact in terms of a most famous food, the burger ( ' , 汉堡包 ).
With the world's population estimated to grow from six to nine billion by 2050, researchers.
However, Soren Andreasen, a social scientist at Dalberg Global Development Partners who supervised the writing of the report, defended it, saying that it was clear that the numbers were rough estimates.
Its rough estimates are meant to draw the attention of world leaders
While alternative estimates of the damage from carbon emissions differ, and it's especially hard to reckon the likely costs of possible catastrophic climate events, most estimates suggest substantial negative effects.
We cannot estimate that yet.
It is estimated that extreme weather conditions have endangered the lives of millions of African children.
For example, the United Nations Children's Fund estimates that some 11 million children in Africa face hunger, disease, and water shortages as a result of the strongest El Ni o ( ' , 厄尔尼诺) weather phenomenon in decades.
Co-author Amy Zanne thinks that users probably range from climate-change researchers wanting to estimate how much carbon is stored in biomass, to foresters looking for information on different grades of timber.
It estimated that step would save hundreds of billions of dollars over the next decade.
Some scientists are examining the potential for harvesting icebergs form Antarctica, which is estimated to have the biggest reserves of fresh water on the planet.
It is estimated that Antarctica boasts of the richest reserves of fresh water on earth.
And while assessments vary widely, geologists estimate that Antarctica holds at least 36 billion barrels of oil and natural gas.
According to geologists' estimates, Antarctica has enormous reserves of oil and natural gas.
With little else to go on, they were asked to estimate Mr.Williams's salary, professional standing, and educational background.
The African-American group estimated that he earned about ＄37,000 a year and had a two-year college degree.
Yet due to poor practices in harvesting, storage and transportation, as well as market and consumer wastage, it is estimated that 30-50% of all food produced never reaches a human stomach.
Among the government's most interesting reports is one that estimates what parents spend on their children.
Energy Usage: Energy is an essential resource across the entire food production cycle, with estimates showing an average of 7-10 calories of input being required in the production of one calorie of food
Former George Washington University president Stephen Trachtenberg estimates that a typical college uses its facilities for academic purposes a little more than half the calendar year.
Of the roughly 40 million books in US libraries, for example, an estimated 32 million are in copyright.
Interest in this aspect of the settlement has focused on "orphan" works, where there is no known copyright holder – these make up an estimated 5-10% of the books Google has scanned
It's difficult to estimate the number of youngsters involved in home schooling where children are not sent to school and receive their formal education from one or both parents.
The department of Environmental Conservation estimates the optimum population at 60.
It is estimated that 25% of all methane that released into the atmosphere coming from farm animals.
The WCRF has estimated that 19,000 cancers a year in Britain could be prevented if people lost their excess weight with growing evidence that excess body fat increases the risk of various cancers.
In addition, the computer programs a company uses to estimate relationships may be patented and not subject to peer review or outside evaluation.
“We estimate that either eliminating a substantial labour-rights concern, such as child labour, or increasing corporate giving by about 20% results in fines that generally are 40% lower than the typical punishment for bribing foreign officials,” says one researcher.
The largest firms in America and Britain together spend more than $15 billion a year on CSR, according to an estimate by EPG, a consulting firm.
Legislation is moving through the House that would save USPS an estimated $286 billion over five years, which could help pay for new vehicles, among other survival measures.
In December of 1869, Congress appointed a commission to select a site and prepare plans and cost estimates for a new State Department Building.
1. an approximate calculation of quantity or degree or worth;
"an estimate of what it would cost"
"a rough idea how long it would take"
2. a judgment of the qualities of something or somebody;
"many factors are involved in any estimate of human life"
"in my estimation the boy is innocent"
3. a document appraising the value of something (as for insurance or taxation)
4. a statement indicating the likely cost of some job;
"he got an estimate from the car repair shop"
5. the respect with which a person is held;
"they had a high estimation of his ability"
1. judge tentatively or form an estimate of (quantities or time);
"I estimate this chicken to weigh three pounds"
2. judge to be probable
at a rough estimate
estimate, appraise, assess, evaluate, value, rate
估计：粗略的计算或由不完全资料计算的 估计量，估计值：统计学上指总体参数的值 同estimator 评估：作出或应用这样的估计或统计资料
估计［量］ 又称 :估计［量］(estimator )