He will assess it's value.
the assessment of new evidence
Health Service is currently assessing whether dogs can be used to detect cancer
I would like to assess the progress our team has made to see if we can meet the deadline.
to estimate or judge the value, character, etc., of; evaluate: to assess one's efforts.
We assessed the student's level at 8 so he could take advanced classes.
Different subjects are taught and assessed separately.
Fire departments, police units and disaster responders all use drones to some degree, assessing harrowing situations, finding missing people and helping fellow humans.
Our in-house design team assesses area of development to give the best layout of equipments
ssess is defined as to evaluate or analyze. An example of something that a teacher may assess is spelling skills.
One example is that Churchill actually went to Germany in the 1930s to assess the situation in the country first hand.
The tax losses due to fraud are difficult to assess.
The Barnes building was assessed at 1.3 milion, but it can probably sell for much more than that
They don’t panic and they assess the situation clearly.
The purpose of this interview is to assess whether or not you are suitable for the company.
Angielskie słowo "oszacować" (assess) występuje w zestawach:Unit 3 Change Starting up and vocabulary A,Niemiecki - z życia kibica sportowego słownictwoCRAMMING FOR SUCCESS: STUDY AND ACADEMIC WORKIntelligent Business UI Unit 13Unit 5 Symptoms and Signs +
According to an estimate, steel production will reach 100 million tons this year.
The Bureau of Investigative Journalism estimates that in Pakistan alone, the United States executed more than 400 drone attacks that killed as many as 4,000 people.
It’s estimated that as much as 80% of our interaction with others is throughon-verbal communication.
That slows down the rate and prevents any estimate
Mr Yamada frowned on the estimate presented by a travel agency.
Free estimate for Spanish translations (Jp to S and S to Jp).
It is likely that nobody can accurately estimate the depth and breadth of this ravine.
It was difficult to estimate how many trees had been destroyed.
Some economists estimate that housewives' services, valued in money, would amount to about 25% of GNP.
A camel is a gentle and pleasant tame beast whereof there are plenty in Africa especially in the Deserts of Libya, Numidia and Barbary by which Africans estimate their own wealth.
the two researchers were able to estimate what proportion of each child's life had spent in poverty.
The definition of an estimate is an opinion or a guess of the size, worth or cost of something.
Well in the UK it's estimated that you need around 360 hours of study to get to that stage from not knowing any English at all.
The estimate for repairs was low. It's just a rough estimate. It was not easy to estimate how many people were affected.
Angielskie słowo "oszacować" (estimate) występuje w zestawach:ANG POWTÓRKI MATURALNE nauka i technikasłówka z angielskiego maclaz nauka i technika 1Matura Explorer Intermediate module 612.2 Badania i odkrycia naukowe - czasownikiCzęść Bank II (podstawa) Nauka i Technika
At this rate, the risk is high that our country's competitive position will drop even further.
As the attendees of the DTA General Meeting will be offered the block rate, when you reserve Marriott Hotel for me, please notify them that I will attend it.
A recent analysis by Boeing forecasts that unless safety is improved, jet airliners could be falling out of the sky at the rate of once a week by the year 2010.
In China, there is a large number of characters, so the goal of the character simplification was to replace the complex traditional characters with easy to remember simplified characters and increase the literacy rate.
While the birth rate is intended to be decreased in developing countries, that of developed nations is selfishly planned to be increased, resulting in the difficulty of getting mutual consent.
Japan's ODA largely consists of concessionary yen credit repayable in 30 years, carrying an interest rate of 2% or so.
One month since entering high school ... not a single friend yet. That's really terrible, at this rate it will be middle-school all over again!!
Although an increase of unmarried mothers is needed in order to escape the declining birth rate for some reason public opinion in Japan is avoiding this argument.
A high savings rate is cited as one factor for Japan's strong economic growth because it means the availability of abundant investment capital.
Women in their hearts think that men are intended to earn money so that they may spend it, if possible during their husband's lifetime, but at any rate after his death.
The Chinese government has spent a lot of money on research into successful panda breeding in order to increase their birth rate.
If it is true that the Greeks forbade women to go to the play, they acted in a right way; for they would at any rate be able to hear something.
Following the demographic data, the government was obliged to adopt a policy that would stimulate birth rate.
Angielskie słowo "oszacować" (rate) występuje w zestawach:kolokwium 1.
You should evaluate all the risks involved.
It's difficult to evaluate his ability.
There are many things which we cannot evaluate in terms of money.
We need to evaluate our options.
We will evaluate them and send you the results of our findings as soon as we can.
Let's just hope she won't evaluate the grammar.
This way we can evaluate if the sound quality is good enough.
People who visit shops evaluate them by pressing a button at the check-out.
It's impossilbe to evaluate these results without knowing more about the research methods eployed.
It's important we evaluate our progress on the project before our meeting with client.
She evaluated her vegetable peeler and decided to put it in the 'get rid of' bucket!
To evaluate is defined as to judge the value or worth of someone or something. An example of evaluate is when a teacher reviews a paper in order to give it a grade.
Doctors evaluate the patient’s condition.
Susan’s teacher evaluated her work and found it to be quite good.
Instead, these women evaluated all action in terms of risk.
Angielskie słowo "oszacować" (evaluate) występuje w zestawach:Artur KP 18.06.2013