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Synonyms for estimate

calculate roughly

approximate calculation

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Synonyms for estimate

to calculate approximately

to make a judgment as to the worth or value of

the act or result of judging the worth or value of something or someone

a rough or tentative calculation

Synonyms for estimate

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Earnings came in at $1.83, beating estimates by 32 cents.
According to an official statement of the Directorate of Economics and Statistics (DES), the first advance estimates for the year 2018-19 are tentative and will be revised later on after having a discussion with the Central Statistics Office (CSO).
The company's loss estimate is based on its ground-up assessment of losses from individual contracts and treaties exposed to the affected regions, including preliminary information from clients, brokers and loss adjusters.
A basic postulate of financial accounting is that timely financial reporting requires the use of estimates. And it is a fact that all accounting estimates, more or less, inherently involve a degree of subjectivity, complexity, and uncertainty--some considerably more than others.
This article analyzes the source data used to prepare the GDP estimates and the GDI estimates according to a set of criteria that reflects the quality, the availability, and the use of the data.
Recommendation: To improve the Navy's life-cycle cost estimate for the planned homeporting of a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier at Naval Station Mayport, Florida, and to incorporate to a greater extent the best practices identified by GAO for developing a high-quality cost estimate in future revisions of its Mayport nuclear carrier homeporting cost estimate as part of the annual budgetary process or in response to future congressional requests, the Secretary of Defense should direct the Secretary of the Navy to (1) include all potential recurring costs, and (2) clearly describe the ground rules and assumptions underlying the estimation of each cost element to improve the comprehensiveness of its cost estimate.
In construction, for the expression value of projects developed we use three types of estimates: the estimate by category of works; the object estimate; the general estimate.
His unrealistically low estimate is not given in his referenced citation.
FEI staff questioned whether these consecutive estimates of average total costs were comparable, because the same FEI members did not necessarily respond to each previous consecutive survey.
raised its group net profit estimate to 24 billion yen from 23 billion yen and pretax profit estimate to 62 billion yen from 61 billion yen.
Issues relating to estimates and judgments in the financial reporting process should be discussed.
The third actually is not an exception at all; it is a large variance in an accounting estimate compared with the actual determined amount.
Two days after the administration released the $724 billion estimate, President Bush threatened to veto any bill that would scale back the prescription drug program.
The ANOVA indicated that the Naive group mean estimate (M = 43.6% SD = 33.9%) was significantly different from the Sophisticated group mean estimate (M = 6.2% SD = 11.8%), F(1,72) = 41.2, p<.001.
This approach has proven useful although it provides a rather crude estimate of exposure that does not consider, for example, meteorologic conditions or topography