słownik polsko - angielski

język polski - English

oszacowac po angielsku:

1. to estimate

They are trying to estimate the number of people they will need

Angielskie słowo "oszacowac" (to estimate) występuje w zestawach:


2. evaluate

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 "oszacowac" (evaluate) występuje w zestawach:

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3. assess

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.

4. merit

The merit of this report is that it clarifies the situation.
This suggestion merits further discussion.
Just because I believe in the merits of the deal doesn't mean I'm any less concerned about Iran cheating on it.
His ideas have merit.
There is little merit in this plan.
Investing money in your home has some merit; when it is time to sell it you can get more money.
At the meeting I pointed out the plan's merit.
Charms strike the sight, but merit wins the soul.
Carpets have the effect of a dust pocket, with merit of sucking up dust and stopping it flying around, but you can say that effect backfires.
I see merit in creating a permanent mechanism for dealing with disruptive situations.
did not merit the bombastic billing of “a world premiere”
Each applicant will be considered on his or her own merits. Każdy aplikujący będzie oceniany na podstawie swoich zasług. greets visitors
work of great merit; promotions based on merit alone
Could you name some merits of your new product?

5. assessed

assessed tested and given scores
He says they are assessed - which means tested and given scores - when they are seven years old.

6. work out

I go to the gym ten times every week to work out.
Don't worry, everything will work out!
Do you find it easy to work out what's happening when you watch a film in English?
work out at the gym
The plan didn't work out.
You have to eat sensibly, buy a treadmill, work out. / Go work out, stop bothering me! / I think that this can all work out.
I hope your idea will work out and we'll win. My new worker worked out so I promoted him. Let's try this solution and see if it works out. If our plan works out, we'll become millionaires.
The situation will work out soon. Don't worry about my problems, I'll work them out.
He works out at the gym every day. She works out to be in shape. You should work out at least twice a week.
I don't know what it means, I have to work it out. Holidays didn't work out.
Economists have tried to work out an alternative economic system
If it doesn’t work out, you can always come back here.
Ah, things'll work out for you.
The weekend didn't work out exactly as they were expecting
You can work out the answer by adding these figures together.

7. gauge

My car's dashboard is full of various gauges.
We need to gauge how different conditions make an impact.
And banks are generally hesitant to provide home loans for dome builders; they’re seen as a risky investment, because there’s no way to gauge their resale value.
Look at the fuel gauge, it's dirty
the strength of the wind is not easy to gauge / to gauge what’s going on
I looked at Chris, trying to gauge his reaction.
Look at the petrol gauge in the car and tell me if we need to fill up the tank.
/geich/ Petrol gauge
wind gauge, rain gauge
It's better to gauge the situation
a fuel gauge
The consequences of a Brexit a hard to gauge
widely considerated the best gauge of fear in the market
The gauge said nineteen miles per hour.
I will use the first lesson to gauge your current English level

Angielskie słowo "oszacowac" (gauge) występuje w zestawach:

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