# Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Estimate"

## The meaning of "Estimate" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Has He called you with the estimate for your dental work? mean?
A: He called to tell you how much your dentist appointment could be
Q: What does This estimate is not open for acceptance. mean?
A: A guess that is not accepted.
Q: What does Our estimates imply that the benefits of school air conditioning likely outweigh the costs in most of the US, particularly given future predicted climate change. mean?
A: it means : air conditioning in schools is a good idea
Q: What does estimate in this sentense mean?
A: A guess, judgment, hypothesis, or idea.
Q: What does This estimate was made on the basis of outdated figures. mean?
A: This estimate is meaningless. The numbers it is based on are old.

## Example sentences using "Estimate"

Q: Please show me example sentences with estimate.
A: It’s estimated that 100% of humans die.

It’s hard to estimate how much candy is In the jar.

I estimate that there are 103 apples on that tree.
Q: Please show me example sentences with estimate.
A: To give an educated guess; an inference to guess something based on your knowledge. To roughly calculate the extent of something. It is a rough guess because it may not be right. You could be making a broad guess (estimation)

Examples: (value, number, quantity)

I *estimated* that we would go to the park after seeing her grab bread to feed the birds.

I can *estimate*, or roughly guess, that the amount of Jelly beans in that jar is 155.

He *estimates* he can make it there by 4:00pm without being late.

Never underestimate the quality of a good piece of art, a picture is worth a thousand words.
Q: Please show me example sentences with estimate.
A: Unfortunately, I would estimate the cost of these car repairs at \$1,000.

I estimate the cost at about \$100.

The cost of repairing the car was estimated at over four thousand dollars!
Q: Please show me example sentences with estimate .
A: I estimate that you will get ten answers to your question. Can you estimate how long it will take you to make chips from raw potatoes? The amount I was charged to have my car repaired was many times the estimate.
Q: Please show me example sentences with estimate.
A: 1) Estimate what time it will be in 30 minutes without looking at the clock.

## Synonyms of "Estimate" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between estimate (a noun) and estimation ?
A: "Estimate" is the thing that is estimated, while "estimation" is the concept or process of estimating itself. ^w^
Q: What is the difference between estimate and assume and presume ?
A: Assume and presume both mean "to suppose". They are quite similar in sentences like "I suppose/assume/presume you'll say "no" to his invitation". "Assume" is "to quess/suppose" without evidence. "Presume" is to guess based on some sort of evidence/facts/common sense etc (higher probability). e.g. "Kate did not come home last night, but let's not assume the worst!" v. "Kate has been missing for 3 months and is presumed dead". "Estimate" is also a supposition, but some calculations are usually involved. "Kate has left her friend's house an hour ago, I estimate her to be home in 10 minutes or so" (because the speaker knows how far that house is) or "I estimate that in 20 years the population of our little village will increase threefold".
Q: What is the difference between estimate and count ?
A: I estimated that there were about 30 pencils.
I counted 28 pencils.
To estimate is just to guess, but to count is to find the exact number
Q: What is the difference between estimate and appraise and evaluate ?
A: Estimate = guess (numbers)

Appraise = some calculation

Evaluate = doesn't have to be with numbers

I estimated that the cost of the house was expensive, but the appraisal showed it was cheaper.
Q: What is the difference between estimate and quotation ?
A: to me a an estimate is like guessing a figure while quotation deals with real figures that are calculated together.(hence no guessing for quotations.)

## Translations of "Estimate"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? estimate my pronunciation please)
A:

sounds good.. but just say little slower.. its difficult to understand if you say very fast
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? estimate
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? estimate
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? estimates
A: The way you say it differs very slightly depending on the meaning. If you mean to use it as a verb, as in "She estimates it will take an hour", it will sound like this:
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? estimate
A: 1. Estimate : calculate or guess
2. Estimate : to receive a quote for a service

Q: He couldn’t properly estimate his abilities/opportunities does this sound natural?
A: He couldn't adequately assess his own abilities/opportunities.
Q: By estimate there were 3 to 5 billion passenger pigeons. does this sound natural?
A: I believe that you could also say “by estimation”.
Q: You will able to confirm the estimate and invoice on the "Account" screen after you get a request confirmation email from the A corporation. does this sound natural?
A: Sounds natural to me. Except for "the A corporation," but I thought you separated their corporation name for a capital "A".
Q: The estimates reflect repeat sales and loan data from 2004 to 2015 across the country, down to the neighborhood level for some 19,000 Zip codes.
What does "neighborhood level" mean?
A: In this context it may mean that the estimates aren't just national but also reflect repeat sales and loan data down to a local level. Neighborhood level means that the estimates can be tracked to the extent of individual neighborhoods. I hope you were able to understand this. I can try to rephrase it if you want. :)
Q: "I would like to have an estimate of the costs." does this sound natural?
A: If I heard correctly, you said "I'd love to have an estimate of the cost," which is a natural-sounding sentence.

Your pronunciation of "to have an estimate of the cost" is nice and easy to understand.

For the word "love," work on pronouncing the "v" sound more clearly and with more emphasis.

I definitely hear a noticeable improvement from last time, keep it up!

## estimate

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