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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.