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If you work very hard you may approximate to something like it yourself one day. LEFT, RIGHT AND CENTRE (1993)They have wanted to approximate men and they are achieving it fast. DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (1993)
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British English: approximate /əˈprɒksɪmɪt/ ADJECTIVE
Approximate figures are close to the correct figure, but are not exact.
The times are approximate only.
- American English: approximate
- Arabic: تَقْرِيبيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: aproximado
- Chinese: 近似的
- Croatian: približan
- Czech: přibližný
- Danish: anslået
- Dutch: geschat
- European Spanish: aproximado
- Finnish: likimääräinen
- French: approximatif
- German: ungefähr
- Greek: προσεγγιστικός
- Italian: approssimativo
- Japanese: 近似の
- Korean: 대략적인
- Norwegian: omtrentlig
- Polish: przybliżony
- European Portuguese: aproximado
- Romanian: aproximativ
- Russian: приблизительный
- Spanish: aproximado
- Swedish: ungefärlig
- Thai: ประมาณ
- Turkish: yaklaşık
- Ukrainian: приблизний
- Vietnamese: xấp xỉ
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