Estimate is a verb.
assuming you mean synonym. guess. Estimate is both a noun and a verb.
The word estimate can be a noun and a verb. Noun: A rough calculation. Verb: To calculate roughly.
If you say, "I estimate that..." then it's a verb, because it is an action. In other words, it takes the place of "do" in "I do...." If you say, "By my estimate,..." then it's a noun, because it is something of yours. In other words, you can say, "My car..." and we all know "car" is a noun.
The word estimates is both a noun (the plural form of an estimate) and a verb (estimate, estimates, estimating, estimated). Example uses: Noun: I have two estimates for repair of my car. Verb: When he estimates the cost of the door, be sure he includes the cost of painting.
The word 'estimate' is both a noun (estimate, estimates) and a verb (estimate, estimates, estimating, estimated).Example uses:Noun: The estimate for repairing the fender was too high.Verb: I called some contractors to estimate the cost of a new garage.
It is both.Verb: To roughly calculate.Noun: A rough calculation.
It can be, but only when it means approximate, which can be either an adjective or a verb. Approximated is the past tense and past participle of the verb approximate (to estimate, to judge).
Two kinds of "estimate." One is noun and the other is verb. Estimate the number of students needed to lift the box. The estimate is 4 students to lift the box.
i need an action verb to answer your question accurately but the estimate is 34 million
Estimate is an English word that can be a noun and verb. By the accepted dictionary definition, the word estimate means to form an approximate judgement or opinion.
I don't think there's such a word. Do you mean 'estimate'?It's Spanish for: to EXTEND, It's a Verb.