Definition of 'assess'

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Use portals and websites to assess the value of similar properties nearby. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The second strand will assess the value for money of no less than 80 per cent of all programmes where ICT is a key element. Computing (2010)Normally a situation that has been assessed and judged by the referee cannot be touched again. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They should assess the impact of this on the environment. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Last year she contacted the company again after hearing about the assessed tariff. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The offshore element is irrelevant to the issue of assessing a tax liability and enforcement. Times, Sunday Times (2012) Value must be assessed in the same way. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Keys then set about assessing my home. Times, Sunday Times (2008)No one has bothered to assess its value. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Applications have to be about assessing individuals. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It is hard enough to assess the value of a new technology when its uses are obvious. Larry Downes THE STRATEGY MACHINE (2002)As the evidence was being discovered they could assess its value. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Flight controllers were assessing the impact the lost bag would have on the next three planned space walks. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It is assessed through the tax code and accounted for as an additional amount of federal tax owed. Christianity Today (2000)And it was a cardiologist who invented the first medical treadmill to assess the impact of exercise on the heart. Times, Sunday Times (2008) Tax will be assessed on the difference between the proceeds received and the original cost of the land being sold. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It also makes an important claim for beetles to be used more often to assess the biological value of sites. Times, Sunday Times (2012)An airline pilot would be assessed about 100 times over a similar period. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The 370,000 the banker had left would be added to basic salary and assessed for income tax. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This edition introduces a selection of the nominees as they prepare to face a secret shopper and have their performance assessed by the judges. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The task of the LPC is to assess the impact that any such increase would have on employment. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The Department for Business has set up a taskforce to assess the possible impact of the ruling. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You've learnt a lot, but now need to assess your feelings about certain individuals and hard facts. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She added: 'Nice conducts regular reviews for new published evidence and will assess the likely impact it could have on the recommendations. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It's not rocket science: an education followed by years of work experience puts you in a position to judge or assess others. Times, Sunday Times (2010)

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Translations for 'assess'

British English: assess VERB
When you assess a person, thing, or situation, you consider them in order to make a judgment about them.
I looked around and assessed the situation.


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