estimations‚estɪ'meɪʃn noun +an approximate calculation of quantity or degree or worth +a document appraising the value of something (as for insurance or taxation) +the respect with which a person is held +a judgment of the qualities of something or somebody
You must make an estimation of the value for insurance purposes.
Advanced English Dictionary
+noun (formal) 1[sing.] a judgement or opinion about the value or quality of sb/sth: Who is the best candidate in your estimation? + Since he left his wife he's certainly gone down in my estimation (= I have less respect for him). + She went up in my estimation (= I have more respect for her) when I discovered how much charity work she does. 2[C] a judgement about the levels or quantity of sth: Estimations of our total world sales are around 50 million.
Collocation Dictionary noun
VERB + ESTIMATION
go up in, rise in
He went up in my estimation when I heard about his charity work.
| go down in
in sb's ~
In my estimation, you've done a good job.
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