over estimate

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Definition von over estimate im Englisch Englisch wörterbuch

over estimate ability
{i} overvalue ability
overestimate
to judge too highly:

Experts overestimate the level of harm of cigarettes.

overestimate
an appraisal that is too high
overestimate
An estimate that is too high; as, an overestimate of the vote
overestimate
{f} overrate, overvalue; estimate as being greater than it actually is
overestimate
a calculation that results in an estimate that is too high
overestimate
assign too high a value to; "You are overestimating the value of your old car"
overestimate
To estimate too highly; to overvalue
overestimate
a calculation that results in an estimate that is too high an appraisal that is too high make too high an estimate of; "He overestimated his own powers
overestimate
emphasis If you say that something cannot be overestimated, you are emphasizing that you think it is very important. The importance of participating in the life of the country cannot be overestimated It is hard to overestimate the potential gains from this process
overestimate
make too high an estimate of; "He overestimated his own powers"
overestimate
If you say that someone overestimates something, you mean that they think it is greater in amount or importance than it really is. With hindsight, he was overestimating their desire for peace. underestimate Overestimate is also a noun. Average earnings in the South East were about £59,000, although that may be an overestimate. + overestimation over·es·ti·ma·tion excessive overestimation of one's own importance. underestimation
overestimate
to judge too highly
overestimate
If you overestimate someone, you think that they have more of a skill or quality than they really have. I think you overestimate me, Fred. underestimate. a calculation, judgement, or guess that is too large
over estimate

    Silbentrennung

    over es·ti·mate

    Türkische aussprache

    ōvır estımıt

    Aussprache

    /ˈōvər ˈestəmət/ /ˈoʊvɜr ˈɛstəmət/

    Etymologie

    [ 'O-v&r ] (adverb.) before 12th century. Middle English, adverb & preposition, from Old English ofer; akin to Old High German ubar above, beyond, over, Latin super, Greek hyper.

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