English translation of 'estimar'
1. (apreciar) to appreciate
2. (avaliar) to value
3. (ter estima a) to have a high regard for
4. (calcular aproximadamente) to estimate
estimar-se reflexive verb
eles se estimam muito they have a high regard for one another
estima-se o número de ouvintes em 3 milhões the number of listeners is estimated to be 3 million
estimar em (avaliar) to value at; (população) to estimate to be
estimo que você tenha exito I wish you success
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'estimar' in Other Languages
British English: estimate /ˈɛstɪˌmeɪt/ VERB
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.
- American English: estimate
- Arabic: يُقَيِّمُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: estimar
- Chinese: 估计
- Croatian: procijeniti
- Czech: odhadnout
- Danish: skønne
- Dutch: schatten
- European Spanish: calcular considerar
- Finnish: arvioida
- French: estimer
- German: schätzen abwägen
- Greek: υπολογίζω
- Italian: stimare
- Japanese: 見積もる
- Korean: 추정하다
- Norwegian: anslå
- Polish: oszacować
- European Portuguese: estimar
- Romanian: estimare
- Russian: оценивать
- Spanish: calcular
- Swedish: uppskatta gissa
- Thai: ประมาณ
- Turkish: tahminde bulunmak
- Ukrainian: оцінювати
- Vietnamese: ước tính
British English: cherish VERB
If you cherish something such as a hope or a pleasant memory, you keep it in your mind for a long period of time.
The president will cherish the memory of this visit.
British English: treasure VERB
If you treasure something that you have, you keep it or care for it carefully because it gives you great pleasure and you think it is very special.
She treasures her memories of those joyous days.
Translation of estimar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary