In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(evaluate, estimate)(value/amount) calcular(results/potential/performance/student) evaluar(situation) aquilatar(situation) formarse un juicio sobreto assess sth at sth
- the value of the property was assessed at … — la propiedad fue tasada / valorada en …
- he assessed his losses at $1,000 — valoró sus pérdidas en $1.000
- This low land price was also not assessed by the related departments.
- But the judge said doctors were only able to assess the medical quality of life, not its social dimension.
- No one was injured, and surveyors were brought in to assess the damage.
- It is important to learn how to assess the nature of a pitch and adapt your approach to suit.
- The first phase will evaluate and assess the current status of the Egyptian insurance market.
- It is a matter of assessing the damage and examining how we can best help in the medium and long-term.
- It places the onus of assessing the property on owners, which has created a lot of confusion in the citizens.
- Now environmental experts are assessing the damage caused by the spill, which residents claim is an ongoing problem.
- He said it was too early to assess the oil damage but added that the entrance to the wetlands was mostly protected by a natural sandbar.
- He said Thursday the water had not receded enough for technicians to assess the damage.
- Elsewhere in the Alps, where the flooding began, residents were assessing the damage and cleaning up.
- I toured Houston and Dallas and Baton Rouge, assessing the damage that was done there.
- But we'll be assessing the damage and hoping to be helpful in any way that we can.
- In my view these express provisions contemplate that the offer is to remain open to acceptance until such time as the price has been assessed.
- A structural engineer is expected to visit the scene to assess damage before trains are allowed to use the bridge again.
- We carried out sensitivity analyses on two aspects of the evaluation to assess the robustness of the findings.
- Establishing the reliability and validity of measures is important for assessing their quality.
- Damage was being assessed before a decision could be made on its reopening.
- The reason a local income tax is proposed as the alternative is that it is the most obvious and readily identifiable mechanism for assessing ability to pay.
- Probably the best way to assess the quality of an airline's service is on the ground.
- The most relevant aspects must be assessed and addressed at the first evaluation.
- The film is so bleak and depressing that I find it a bit difficult to assess its quality.
- He said he could not determine the speed of the whirlwind until the damage was assessed in the area.
- The feedback from these schemes will be assessed and evaluated in September.
- An occupational therapist is employed to assess the individual abilities and needs of people living with a disability.
- The public will be given an opportunity to assess the relative quality of these submissions.
- Today systems staff are assessing the damage caused by the electronic love letter virus.
- It would be absurd to assess the qualities of a holiday destination solely on the basis of what there is to eat when you get there.
- A child's development is evaluated by assessing the child's abilities on a range of tasks and behaviours.
- The new face had to be assessed, evaluated and placed in rank according to the established pecking order.
- The first, essential step in defining the conflict is to assess the nature of the challenge.
- She said the district valuer, a Government officer, had already assessed the trust's figures and was happy with them.
- All three cars made it to a sideroad without further incident, and the defective driver came out to assess the damage.
- It should be possible to assess the nature of these structures from this record.
- This is in fact what he did and the price he offered is a reasonable basis to assess damages in this case.
- The second branch assesses the ability to evaluate, not just understand, information.
- As well as having the physical ability, a lot of it is about having the right mentality - the ability to assess risk.
- A pollution expert with the coast guard service is assessing the damage caused by the capsizing.
- It is difficult to assess the relative importance of all these complex processes in driving climate change.
- As soon as officials get down there, they're going to be able to assess the damage there.
2(for tax)married women are assessed separately for tax purposes — las mujeres casadas hacen la declaración de la renta individualmente / por separado
- his liability was assessed at $5,000 — su responsabilidad se estableció en $5.000
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