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approximates|approximated|approximatingə'prɒksɪmət verb +be close or similar +judge tentatively or form an estimate of (quantities or time) adj. +not quite exact or correct +very close in resemblance +located close together
Your estimates approximate those of the budget committee.
3 resemble, approach, look or seem like; simulate:
The laboratory tests on rats approximate the way the virus behaves in humans.
Advanced English Dictionary
adjective, verb +adjective (abbreviation approx) almost correct or accurate, but not completely so; not exact: an approximate number / total / cost + The cost given is only approximate. + Use these figures as an approximate guide in your calculations. approximately adverb: The journey took approximately seven hours. + The two buildings were approximately equal in size. - ABOUT +verb (written) 1 ~ (to) sth to be similar or close to sth in nature, quality, amount, etc., but not exactly the same: [VN] The animals were reared in conditions which approximated the wild as closely as possible. + The total cost will approximate £15 billion. +[V] His story approximates to the facts that we already know. 2[VN] to calculate or estimate sth fairly accurately: a formula for approximating the weight of a horse
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