Another word for estimate
estimate appraise assess assay evaluate rate 1Search Thesaurus
These verbs mean to form a judgment of worth or significance. Estimate usually implies a subjective and somewhat inexact judgment: difficult to estimate the possible results in advance. Appraise stresses expert judgment: appraised the works of art. Assess implies authoritative judgment in setting a monetary value on something as a basis for taxation: assessing real estate for investors. Assay refers to careful examination, especially to chemical analysis of an ore: will assay the ingot. In extended senses appraise, assess, and assay can refer to any critical analysis: appraised his character; will assess the impact of higher taxes; assaying the idea's merit. Evaluate implies considered judgment in ascertaining value: evaluating a student's thesis for content and organization. Rate involves determining the rank or grade of someone or something in relation to others: rated the restaurant higher than any other in the city.
Another word for estimateverb
To calculate approximately:approximate, place, put, reckon, set1. See precise
To make a judgment as to the worth or value of:appraise, assay, assess, calculate, evaluate, gauge, judge, rate1, size up, valuate, value. Idiom: take the measure of. See value
The act or result of judging the worth or value of something or someone:appraisal, appraisement, assessment, estimation, evaluation, judgment, valuation. See value
A rough or tentative calculation:approximation, estimation. See precise