# Translation of estimate in Spanish:

## calcular, v.

### Pronunciation /ˈɛstəˌmeɪt//ˈɛstɪmeɪt//ˈɛstəmət//ˈɛstɪmət/

See Spanish definition of calcular

### transitive verb

• 1

(calculate approximately)
(price/number/age) calcular
to estimate sth at sth
• But which valuation methods are most suitable for estimating these external costs?
• For that reason, estimating the net asset value can be a dangerous business.
• The average mean dose of irradiation was six times the quantity estimated by the doctor.
• Road accidents are estimated to cost the equivalent of seven billion pounds per year.
• Much interior and exterior repair work has to be done, at a cost yet to be estimated.
• It is imperative that companies understand their real costs when estimating a job.
• One important clue comes from estimating the rate at which sediments were deposited.
• Nor is there any suggestion that publishers are hopelessly inaccurate when estimating future sales.
• The company recently won the account, which is conservatively estimated to be worth £6 million.
• Experts estimate that between 70 % and 80 % of wireless networks are insecure.
• Police experts estimated the bike could have achieved speeds of up to 70 mph.
• Some researchers have estimated that obesity causes about 300,000 deaths in the U.S. annually.
• Officials estimate that Britons alone lose £150 million a year to such frauds.
• The mark-up of imports of U.S. goods through Dubai is estimated at twenty percent.
• National wheat consumption is estimated at 131,000 tonnes and a further 1,500 tonnes is required for seed production.
• Total manufacturing capacity is estimated at 500 tonnes a year.
• Casualties on both sides are estimated at two million including half a million dead.
• Migraine is estimated to account for 20 % of all absenteeism due to sickness.
• The cost of the investment in these five projects is estimated at 60 million.
• The estimated cost of producing electric power from anaerobic digestion of animal manure is 3.7 to 5.4 cents per kilowatt-hour.
• 2estimated past participle

estimated time of arrival hora de llegada previsto
• 3

(form judgment of)
(outcome/ability) juzgar
(outcome/ability) valorar
what do you estimate his chances to be? ¿qué posibilidades crees que tiene?

### noun

• 1

(rough calculation)
at a rough estimate haciendo un cálculo aproximado
• to make an estimate hacer un cálculo
• Current market estimates place values of more than €500 million on the airline.
• Though such estimates may be of value for research or policy purposes, using them to scare the public cannot be considered legitimate.
• Official estimates put the value of the conference to the Manchester economy at more than £2m.
• Our estimate of that value may be incorrect, in fact it almost certainly is.
• I must stress that this is only an estimate and not a calculation.
• It includes cases studies of couples undergoing treatment as well as a rough estimate of costs.
• In which case, a calculator and some rough estimates might help.
• Some estimates put the value of 100GB of enterprise data at one million dollars.
• Current estimates value the ISP at £340 million - half what it was estimated to be worth a year ago.
• Of course, such calculations are estimates and are subject to many uncertainties.
• This involves making an estimate of the value of the contract.
• In practice, however, this doesn't yield accurate estimates of the graduation rate.
• The \$2.8 million is a conservative estimate based on records from the House and Senate clerks' offices.
• Conservative estimates indicate that this could lead to a further 4,000 additional vacancies.
• Reliable estimates of the prevalence of this condition are difficult to obtain because of the diversity of identifiable causes.
• Last year's estimates put the cost of the project at \$1.13 billion.
• The most optimistic estimates predict less than half this number will actually turn out.
• There was no estimate available from any source of the number of demonstrators.
• Their estimates of the size of the impact, however, are probably excessive.
• According to some estimates, the building society is worth more than €1 billion.
• 2

(of costs)
presupuesto masculine
• The cost of simply getting a quote or estimate for its repair will likely amount to a fair percentage of the replacement cost.
• They were told to get an estimate of the likely cost of ramps and bring it before parish councillors again.
• He said the company carries out measurements for homes and provides estimates free of charge.
• Merton Council, which owns the building, says it is getting estimates for its repair.
• Mr Soady said the firm has submitted two estimates for repairs to Total and was now waiting for a reply.
• It is important to remember that estimates are not written in a vacuum.
• To prevent reorders and delays, they needed to be able to write accurate estimates.
• Instead, from time to time, she obtained other estimates for repairing and making the house safe.
• Whatever your final choice, be sure and get a detailed estimate in writing.
• The estimate is too often viewed as a necessary administrative step to get sales.
• 3 formal

(assessment)
valoración feminine formal
juicio masculine
• His real kindness was shown by genial estimates of character and liberal appreciation of the labours of others engaged in kindred studies.
• It's how you make any sort of estimate of the character of a public figure.
• They can only make fair estimates of their physical characteristics or their personality traits.