guestimate


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guestimate


Past participle: guestimated
Gerund: guestimating

Imperative
guestimate
guestimate
Present
I guestimate
you guestimate
he/she/it guestimates
we guestimate
you guestimate
they guestimate
Preterite
I guestimated
you guestimated
he/she/it guestimated
we guestimated
you guestimated
they guestimated
Present Continuous
I am guestimating
you are guestimating
he/she/it is guestimating
we are guestimating
you are guestimating
they are guestimating
Present Perfect
I have guestimated
you have guestimated
he/she/it has guestimated
we have guestimated
you have guestimated
they have guestimated
Past Continuous
I was guestimating
you were guestimating
he/she/it was guestimating
we were guestimating
you were guestimating
they were guestimating
Past Perfect
I had guestimated
you had guestimated
he/she/it had guestimated
we had guestimated
you had guestimated
they had guestimated
Future
I will guestimate
you will guestimate
he/she/it will guestimate
we will guestimate
you will guestimate
they will guestimate
Future Perfect
I will have guestimated
you will have guestimated
he/she/it will have guestimated
we will have guestimated
you will have guestimated
they will have guestimated
Future Continuous
I will be guestimating
you will be guestimating
he/she/it will be guestimating
we will be guestimating
you will be guestimating
they will be guestimating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been guestimating
you have been guestimating
he/she/it has been guestimating
we have been guestimating
you have been guestimating
they have been guestimating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been guestimating
you will have been guestimating
he/she/it will have been guestimating
we will have been guestimating
you will have been guestimating
they will have been guestimating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been guestimating
you had been guestimating
he/she/it had been guestimating
we had been guestimating
you had been guestimating
they had been guestimating
Conditional
I would guestimate
you would guestimate
he/she/it would guestimate
we would guestimate
you would guestimate
they would guestimate
Past Conditional
I would have guestimated
you would have guestimated
he/she/it would have guestimated
we would have guestimated
you would have guestimated
they would have guestimated
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.guestimate - an estimate that combines reasoning with guessing
approximation, estimate, estimation, idea - an approximate calculation of quantity or degree or worth; "an estimate of what it would cost"; "a rough idea how long it would take"
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DUBAI: It would be difficult to guestimate just how many hotels have opened since the London Hilton on Park Lane.
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His guestimate was of a thousand families out of the 30 million Pakistani families, just about the number of MNAs and MPAs who captured most of the state resources.
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As a "guestimate," it's not out of the question that Auxly deals with 250,000 kg of unique cannabis production - i.e., production that doesn't overlap with what was discussed above - via streaming and owned/partner grow sites, per year.
At 15 yards, things get even more dicey, as the shooter has to "guestimate" where the rounds will impact.
It also enables the researchers to guestimate an improvement plan for future years.
Depending on who you talk to, a rough guestimate leads to the conclusion that perhaps as many as a fifth of all new cars registered are not actually bought by a customer but taken as demonstrators, 'manager's specials' or whatever.
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