 estimate

I
(approximate cost) noun
admeasurement, aestimatio, appraisal, appraisement, approximate calculation, approximate judgment of value, approximate value, approximation, assessment, calculation, charge, computation, considered guess, educated guess, estimation, evaluation, gauge, market price, measurement, quotation, rate, rating, reckoning, rough calculation, rough guess, statement of the costs, valuation, value, worth
associated concepts: fraudulent estimates
II
(idea) noun
assumption, belief, conjecture, consideration, deduction, determination, guess, guesswork, impression, judicium, judgment, observation, opinion, perception, personal judgment, reaction, reckoning, speculation, supposal, supposition, surmisal, surmise, understanding, view
III
verb
aestimare, appraise, budget, calculate approximately, censere, conjecture, evaluate, figure, figure costs, form an opinion, gauge, give ar approximate value, guess, judge, place a value on, put an approximate price on, rank, rate, reckon, set a price on, set a value on, suppose, survey, value, weigh
associated concepts: estimated tax, estimated cash value, estimated cost, estimated revenue, final estimate
IV
index
appraisal, assess (appraise), assessment (estimation), bid, calculate, charge (assess), computation, concept, determine, diagnose, estimation (calculation), evaluate, gauge, generalization, guess, idea, judge, judgment (discernment), measure, measurement, opine, opinion (belief), perception, presume, presuppose, price, prognosis, rate, survey (poll), value, weigh
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006