appraisal |
an estimate, esp. by an official or expert, of the value of property, such as a house, land, work of art, or jewelry for the purpose of taxation, sale, or the like. [1/2 definitions] |

appraise |
to estimate the quality or nature of. [1/2 definitions] |

approximate |
to estimate. [1/6 definitions] |

approximation |
an estimate; guess. [1/3 definitions] |

assess |
to estimate the value of (something) for tax purposes; value. [1/3 definitions] |

calculate |
to determine, estimate, or project. [1/6 definitions] |

estimate |
to make an estimate. [1/6 definitions] |

exit poll |
an estimate of public opinion on certain candidates or issues that is made by questioning a representative sample of voters as they leave their voting places. |

extrapolate |
to make an estimate or inference of (future probability or the like) on the basis of what is already known or has already occurred. [3 definitions] |

forecast |
to make an estimate or calculation before something occurs; make a prediction. [2/4 definitions] |

gauge |
to make an estimate of; judge. [1/7 definitions] |

guess |
to form an estimate (often fol. by at). [3/6 definitions] |

heft |
to judge or estimate the weight of by lifting. [1/3 definitions] |

invaluable |
having value too great to estimate or measure; priceless. |

overestimate |
to place too high or great an estimate on. [2 definitions] |

override |
the exceeding of a budgetary cost estimate. [1/8 definitions] |

price |
to estimate or determine the price of. [1/6 definitions] |

project |
to estimate or develop in one's imagination. [1/11 definitions] |

put |
to estimate (a particular amount or measure). [1/11 definitions] |

quotation |
an estimate of costs given for work to be done. [1/4 definitions] |

reestimate |
combined form of estimate. |