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Englisch - Türkisch
tahmini

Resmin tahmini değeri birkaç milyon dolar. - The value of the painting was estimated at several million dollars.

Çelik üretimi geçen yıl tahmini olarak 100 milyon tona ulaştı. - Steel production reached an estimated 100 million tons last year.

kararlama
hesaplanmış
{f} hesapla
tahmin edilmiş
muhtemel
tahmin edilen

Yeni hastane binasının maliyeti İlk tahmin edilenden çok daha yüksektir. - The cost of building the new hospital was considerably higher than first estimated.

1997 yılından beri küresel ısınma, daha önce tahmin edilenden iki kat daha hızlı daha meydana geldi. - Global warming since 1997 has occurred more than twice as fast as previously estimated.

oranlamaya dayanan
estimate
{f} tahmin etmek
estimate
tahmin

Resmin tahmini değeri birkaç milyon dolar. - The value of the painting was estimated at several million dollars.

Geçen yıl çelik üretiminin 100 milyon tona ulaştığı tahmin edilmektedir. - Steel production is estimated to have reached 100 million tons last year.

estimate
{f} kestirmek
estimated value
(Bilgisayar,Ticaret) kestirilen değer
estimated charges
tahmini giderler
estimated cost
tahmini maliyet
estimated life
tahmini ömür
estimated value
keşif bedeli
estimated weight
tahmini ağırlık
estimated tax
tahmini vergi
estimated time
tahmini zaman
estimated time
tahmini süre
estimated time arrival
tahmini varis zamanı
estimated time of departure
kalkış tahmini zaman
estimated additional resources
(Nükleer Bilimler) muhtemel kaynaklar
estimated compression ratio
Tahmini Sıkıştırma Oranı
estimated contract price
(Sigorta) tahmini mukavele bedeli
estimated cost to complete
(İnşaat) kalan maliyet projeksiyonu
estimated damage
(Ticaret) tahmini hasar
estimated damage
(Askeri) tahmini zarar
estimated data
(Askeri) tahmini atış esasları
estimated data
(Askeri) TAHMİNİ ATIŞ ESASLARI: Hakiki ölçülerle veya ateşin gözetlenmesi suretiyle elde edilen atış esaslarından ziyade, takribi olarak elde edilen atış esasları
estimated date of completion
(Askeri) tahmini tamamlama zamanı
estimated date of separation
(Askeri) ASKERLİKTEN TAHMİNİ AYRILMA TARİHİ, HİZMETTEN TAHMİNİ AYRILMA TARİHİ
estimated expense
tahmini masraf
estimated exposure dose
(Çevre) tahmini maruz kalma dozu
estimated final cost
(İnşaat) toplam maliyet tahmini
estimated income tax
(Ticaret) tahmini gelir vergisi
estimated irr payment
(Ticaret) tahmini ırr ödemesi
estimated maximum loss
(Sigorta) tahmini azami zarar
estimated needs
(Politika, Siyaset) takdiri ihtiyaçlar
estimated needs
(Politika, Siyaset) tahmin edilen ihtiyaçlar
estimated net premium income
(Sigorta) tahmini net prim geliri
estimated off block time
(Havacılık) tahmini hareket zamanı
estimated premium income
(Sigorta) tahmini prim geliri
estimated price
muhammen bedel
estimated process average
(Havacılık) tahmini değerlendirme işlemi
estimated profit
(Ticaret) hesaplanan kar
estimated reserves
(Madencilik) tahmini rezervler
estimated return to service date
(Askeri) tahmin edilen hizmete dönüş tarihi
estimated sale
tahmini satış
estimated tare
(Ticaret) tahmini dara
estimated time en route
(Askeri) YOLDA GEÇEN TAHMİNİ SÜRE
estimated time en route
(Askeri) tahmini uçuş zamanı
estimated time for completion; estimated time in commission
(Askeri) tahmini tamamlama zamanı; komisyonda geçecek tahmini zaman
estimated time of arrival
(Askeri) TAHMİNİ VARIŞ ZAMANI, ETA (DZ. )
estimated time of arrival
(Askeri) tahmini varış
estimated time of completion
(Askeri) TAHMİNİ TAMAMLAMA ZAMANI
estimated time of departure
(Askeri) TAHMİNİ HAREKET ZAMANI, TAHMİNİ KALKIŞ ZAMANI, ETD (DZ.)
estimated time of departure
(Askeri) tahmini hareket zamanı
estimated time of intercept
(Askeri) tahmini önleme zamanı
estimated time of return
(Askeri) TAHMİNİ DÖNÜŞ ZAMANI
estimate
{i} değerlendirme
estimate
{f} (kıymetini) takdir etmek, değerlendirmek
estimate
(Askeri) TAHMİN, TAKDİR: 1. Bir yabancı durumu, geliştirmeyi veya bunların ana unsurlarını tanımlamaya ve önemini yorumlamaya yönelen ve gelecekteki ihtimaller ve gösterilebilecek faaliyetlerin muhtemel sonuçlarını değerlendiren inceleme. 2. Bir yabancı ülkenin veya ülkeler grubunun özel bir ulusal plan politika, karar veya tasarlanmış faaliyet şeklinin sonucu olarak imkan ve kabiliyetlerinin hassas noktalarının muhtemel faaliyet tarzlarının bir değerlendirmesi. 3. Elde bulunan veya ihtiyaç duyulan miktarlar ve muhtemel engeller, tam olarak yerine getirme ve sonuçlar gibi unsurları değerlendirmek ve tanımlamak amacıyla yapılan veya yapılacak olan durumla ilgili gizli harekatın fiili veya tasarlanan bir analizi. Ayrıca bakınız: "intelligence estimate". 4. Hava önleme görevlerinde, "irtifa/derinlik/ menzil/belirtilen temas büyüklüğünün çabuk bir tahminini yap" veya "irtifa/derinlik/ menzil/belirtilen temas büyüklüğü tahminim dur"
estimate
{i} hesap

İsaac Newton, Güneş'in kütlesini ilk hesaplayan kişiydi. - Isaac Newton was the first person to estimate the mass of the Sun.

estimate
{i} takdir
estimate
kestirim
estimate
paha biçmek
estimate
rey
estimate
değer biçme
estimate
oranlamak
estimate
kestirilen değer
estimate
(Tıp) estimate
estimate
hesaplamak
estimate
tahmin etmek hesaplamak
estimate
itibar
estimate
tahmini hesap
estimate
tahmini
estimate
(İnşaat) öngörmek
estimate
görüş
estimate
hürmet
estimate
fikir
observed
gözlenmiş
estimate
değer biçmek
estimate
teklif
estimate
düşünce
estimate
değerlendirmek
estimate
işi kabul etme
estimate
hesapla

İsaac Newton, Güneş'in kütlesini ilk hesaplayan kişiydi. - Isaac Newton was the first person to estimate the mass of the Sun.

observed
{f} gözle

Ellerinin titrek olduğunu gözlemledim. - I observed that his hands were unsteady.

Çocuk bütün gün kuşları gözlemledi. - The boy observed the birds all day.

an estimated
tahmini
estimate
tahm
observed
gözlenen
over estimated
tahmini üzerine
estimate
{f} (es'tımeyt)
estimate
(Tıp) Ölçmek, tayin etmek, hesaplamak
estimate
{f} biçmek
estimate
{i} ölçüm
estimate
{i} (es'tımît)
estimate
{f} takdir etmek
estimate
{f} hüküm vermek
estimate
hüküm
estimate
kestirme
Englisch - Englisch
calculated approximately; "an estimated mass of 25 g"
calculated approximately; "an estimated mass of 25 g
past of estimate
observed
estimated file length is
approximated size of the file is
estimated tax
income tax paid periodically on income that is not subject to withholding taxes; based on the taxpayer's predicted tax liability
estimated the damages
assessed the amount or cost of damage caused to something
estimated time of arrival
approximate hour at which a person (or vehicle, etc.) is expected to reach a particular location, ETA
estimate
to calculate roughly, often from imperfect data
estimate
A rough calculation or guess
estimate
A document (or verbal notification) specifying how much a job will probably cost
estimate
If you estimate a quantity or value, you make an approximate judgment or calculation of it. Try to estimate how many steps it will take to get to a close object I estimate that the total cost for treatment will be $12,500 He estimated the speed of the winds from the degree of damage Some analysts estimate its current popularity at around ten per cent + estimated es·ti·mat·ed There are an estimated 90,000 gangsters in the country
estimate
{v} to rate, compute, set a value upon
estimate
{n} a calculation, valuation, account
Estimate
est
declaration of estimated tax
return required of a taxpayer whose tax withheld from income does not meet the tax liability for the year
estimate
A professional assessment as to the van space requirements, weight of your household goods and cost of the move determined by the physical visual inspection of a shipment by a representative of the carrier
estimate
Estimate implies a reasoned order of magnitude statement or calculation of the quantity concerned Candidates should make such simplifying assumptions as may be necessary about points of principle and about the values of quantities not otherwise included in the question
estimate
the respect with which a person is held; "they had a high estimation of his ability"
estimate
(Estimation) - means a written opinion of the value of an interest in real property as of a specified date that evaluates the property rights involved and is obtained from, and signed by, a person experienced in real estate who is established in a real estate-related business such as real estate appraisal, banking, real estate brokerage, real estate sales, real property management or timber rights surveying, or is employed in the federal Public Service The meaning of 'estimate' includes opinions consequent to market rental surveys or analyses such as are sometimes carried out in support of leasing and licensing transactions Estimates may be provided in the form of short notes or letters of opinion
estimate
An professional assessment as to the van space requirements, weight of your household goods and cost of the move determined by the physical visual inspection of a shipment by a representative of the carrier
estimate
An assessment of the likely quantitative result Usually applied to project costs and durations and should always include some indication of accuracy (e g , ± x percent) Usually used with a modifier (e g , preliminary, conceptual, feasibility) Some application areas have specific modifiers that imply particular accuracy ranges (e g , order­of­magnitude estimate, budget estimate, and definitive estimate in engineering and construction projects)
estimate
An estimate is an indication of the value of an unknown quantity based on observed data
estimate
An estimate from someone who you employ to do a job for you, such as a builder or a plumber, is a written statement of how much the job is likely to cost. W3S3 to try to judge the value, size, speed, cost etc of something, without calculating it exactly be estimated to be/have/cost etc
estimate
To from an opinion of, as to amount,, number, etc
estimate
An approximate calculation of the value of something
estimate
A statement of what a job will cost, made by a person or company willing and able to perform the work A proper estimate should be made in writing and may outline some or all of the terms and conditions that apply An estimate is less detailed and therefore less reliable than a quote or bid
estimate
judge to be probable
estimate
an approximation of a true score, parameter, or value A rating of a teacher's portfolio is an estimate of the quality of that portfolio and, indirectly, the performance of that teacher Because no instrument or statistical procedure can provide an exact (or true) score or value, essentially all data are estimates The smaller the error of measurement, the more precise the estimate of the true score or value See Error of Measurement, Measure (verb), Obtained Score, Score, True Score
estimate
An estimate is a projection of a future benefit calculated under the law and rules in effect at the time of the projection or those in effect at the time of termination, if deferred Contact TRA for an estimate or use our online Web site calculators
estimate
judge tentatively or form an estimate of (quantities or time); "I estimate this chicken to weigh three pounds"
estimate
A general calculation of the transportation charges, as well as cost for additional services requested by the customer Includes an estimate of shipment weight Van Line: The national moving company through which affiliated agents are granted the necessary authority to transport interstate shipments The van line handles dispatching, shipment routing and monitoring, paperwork processing, and claims settlement for all interstate shipments handled by its agents
estimate
To judge and form an opinion of the value of, from imperfect data, either the extrinsic (money), or intrinsic (moral), value; to fix the worth of roughly or in a general way; as, to estimate the value of goods or land; to estimate the worth or talents of a person
estimate
An estimate is a judgment about a person or situation which you make based on the available evidence. I hadn't been far wrong in my estimate of his grandson's capabilities
estimate
an approximate calculation of quantity or degree or worth; "an estimate of what it would cost"; "a rough idea how long it would take"
estimate
A numerical value obtained from a statistical sample and assigned to the population parameter
estimate
The form used by the printer to calculate the project for the print buyer This form contains the basic parameters of the project including size, quantity, colors, bleeds, photos etc
estimate
Often also called a point estimate, it is the guess of the true value of a population parameter
estimate
judge tentatively or form an estimate of (quantities or time); "I estimate this chicken to weigh three pounds
estimate
a statement indicating the likely cost of some job; "he got an estimate from the car repair shop"
estimate
A cost amount given to the customer as a "ball park" figure to complete the work described The goal is for the estimate to be within 25% of the quote or FINAL COST of the project
estimate
- The proposed or expected budget for an advertising effort Prior to the inception of any promotional project or ad campaign, Motto Advertising provides its clients with a detailed cost estimate
estimate
This implies a reasoned order of magnitude statement of calculation or the quantity concerned, making such simplifying assumptions as may be necessary about points of principle and about the values of quantities not otherwise included in the question
estimate
(1) To calculate approximately the amount, extent or value of something (2) To form an opinion of estimated costs
estimate
a judgment of the qualities of something or somebody; "many factors are involved in any estimate of human life"; "in my estimation the boy is innocent"
estimate
from imperfect data, comparison, or experience; to make an estimate of; to calculate roughly; to rate; as, to estimate the cost of a trip, the number of feet in a piece of land
estimate
{i} judgment of an object's worth, appraisal; opinion, judgement
estimate
An estimate is an approximate calculation of a quantity or value. the official estimate of the election result This figure is five times the original estimate
estimate
A preliminary cost analysis provided by a printer on how much a printing job will cost, listed in terms of price per piece and total cost per thousand Different from a quote, which is a legally binding, signed agreement between a printer and a publisher in which the cost is guaranteed not to fluctuate for a specified period of time
estimate
An estimate of your future benefit entitlement As these estimates cannot account for future changes in your employment status, changes in legislation and other factors, the estimates are not guaranteed No money is paid out on the basis of these estimates
estimate
Price that states what a job will probably cost Also called bid, quotation and tender
estimate
a document appraising the value of something (as for insurance or taxation)
estimate
A numerical value obtained from a statistical sample and assigned to a population parameter The particular value yielded by an estimator in a given set of circumstances or the rule by which such particular values are calculated
estimate
A statistical estimate is the value of a parameter (such as the number of drug-related ED episodes) for the universe that is derived by applying sampling weights to data from a sample DAWN produces representative statistical estimates for 21 metropolitan areas based on data from a sample of EDs in each of the 21 areas An estimate for the coterminous U S is produced by summing estimates for the 21 metropolitan areas and an estimate for the National Panel
estimate
A valuing or rating by the mind, without actually measuring, weighing, or the like; rough or approximate calculation; as, an estimate of the cost of a building, or of the quantity of water in a pond
estimate
{f} judge an object's value, appraise; have an opinion, make a judgement
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von estimated im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

estimate
(Tıp) estimate
estimated

    Silbentrennung

    es·ti·ma·ted

    Türkische aussprache

    estımeytıd

    Aussprache

    /ˈestəˌmātəd/ /ˈɛstəˌmeɪtəd/

    Etymologie

    [ 'es-t&-"mAt ] (transitive verb.) circa 1532. Latin aestimatus, past participle of aestimare to value, estimate.

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    estimated time

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