**APPROXIMATE** [approximate]

ADJECTIVE

**approximate** (adjective)

- close to the actual, but not completely accurate or exact.

VERB

**approximate** (verb) · **approximates** (third person present) · **approximated** (past tense) · **approximated** (past participle) · **approximating** (present participle)

**See also:** Approximate Approximately Approximated Approximate/slant

**1.** ** Approximate** definition is - nearly correct or exact : close in value or amount but not precise

**2.** How to use ** Approximate** in a sentence.

**3.** Nearly exact; not perfectly accurate or correct: The** Approximate** time was 10 o'clock.

**4.** ** Approximate** synonyms,

**5.** Almost exact or correct: the ** Approximate** …

**6.** Synonyms & Antonyms of** Approximate** (Entry 1 of 2) 1 being such only when compared to something else the movie's an

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**8.** ** Approximated** - definition of

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**10.** Almost exact or correct: the** Approximate** time of the accident

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**12.** The Crossword Solver found 108 answers to the ** Approximate** crossword clue

**13.** Use this tool to find the ** Approximate** area from a curve to the x axis

**14.** Close to a particular number or time but not exactly that number or time: All numbers are *Approximate*

**15.** The** Approximate** amount/cost/number The final resulting figure is the

**16.** ** Approximate** is an estimation of a number or rounding a number to its nearest place value

**17.** To** Approximate** is to calculate the value of something based on informed knowledge

**18.** A computer program can** Approximate** the value of a house based on square footage, number of rooms, year built, and other relevant factors

**19.** As a verb,** Approximate** means "to estimate."

**20.** What Does ** Approximate** Mean? Definition of

**21.** For example, The ** Approximate** dimensions are known

**22.** You might ** Approximate** kindness for naiveté.

**23.** What does ** Approximate** mean? To

**24.** From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English ap‧prox‧i‧mate1 /əˈprɒksəmət $ əˈprɑːk-/ ●●○ W3 AWL adjective an** Approximate** number, amount, or time is close to the exact number, amount etc, but could be a little bit more or less than it SYN rough OPP exact What is the

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**27.** 41 synonyms for ** Approximate**: rough, close, general, near, estimated, loose, vague, hazy, sketchy

**28.** The ** Approximate** Gibb’s free energy of combustion of jet fuel, the change in gas volume, temperature, pressure, and other state functions

**29.** However, Tess found at least ** Approximate** expression for her feelings in the old Benedicite that she had lisped from infancy; and it was enough.

**30.** Good sentence like quote, proverb) *Approximate* in a sentence (1) The *Approximate* time is three o'clock

**31.** (2) The cost given is only *Approximate*.

**32.** An *Approximate* number, time, or position is close to the correct number, time, or position, but is not exact

**33.** The *Approximate* cost varies from around £150 to £250

**34.** Synonyms: rough, close, general, near More Synonyms of *Approximate*

**35.** ‘Some Nordic countries even offer subsidized childcare services and compensation that is ** Approximate** to the actual loss of earnings.’ ‘You can also adjust three bars, like a graphic equaliser, controlling how recently the page was updated, how popular the site is and whether it is an exact or

**36.** ** Approximate** is a related term of

**37.** *Approximate*ly is a derived term of *Approximate*

**38.** As a adverb *Approximate*ly is imprecise but close to in quantity or amount

**39.** As a adjective ** Approximate** is approaching; proximate; nearly resembling.

**40.** Inflections of ' *Approximate* ' (v): (⇒ conjugate)

**41.** ** Approximate** translate: aproximado, aproximarse a, aproximado/da [masculine-feminine]

**42.** An ** Approximate** 2.5 cm incision was made on the leg

**43.** An *Approximate*ly 2.5 cm incision was made on the leg

**44.** You don't want "** Approximate**" there

**45.** I would use "*Approximate*ly" but would rephrase the sentence: "An incision, *Approximate*ly 2.5 cm in length, was made on the leg".

**46.** Antonyms for ** Approximate** include absolute, complete, downright, out-and-out, outright, perfect, pure, unqualified, away and clear

**47.** ** Approximate** definition: be close or similar synonyms: come close, border on, resemble, approach antonyms: overvalue, criticize, disassemble, dissuade, break even

**48.** Definition of ** Approximate** written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.

**49.** Definition and synonyms of ** Approximate** from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.

**50.** This is the British English definition of ** Approximate**.View American English definition of

**51.** ** Approximate** (adj.) "near in position, close to," 1640s, from Late Latin approximatus, past participle of approximare "to come near to," from Latin ad "to" (see ad-) + proximare "come near," from proximus "nearest," superlative of prope "near" (see propinquity).Meaning "near in accuracy or correctness" is by 1816

**52.** How to say ** Approximate** in English? Pronunciation of

**53.** Familiarity information: ** Approximate** used as an adjective is uncommon

**54.** • ** Approximate** (verb) The verb

**55.** Judge tentatively or form an estimate of (quantities or time) Familiarity information: ** Approximate** used as a verb is rare.

**56.** ** Approximate** identities are not unique

**57.** For example, for compact operators acting on a Hilbert space, the net consisting of finite rank projections would be another ** Approximate** identity

**58.** If an ** Approximate** identity is a sequence, we call it a sequential

**59.** Fast ** Approximate** anti-aliasing <FXAA> FXAA {f} [Bildnachbearbeitungstechnik, NVIDIA ®-spezifische Kantenglättung] psych

**60.** Syndrome of ** Approximate** answers [Ganser syndrome] Pseudodemenz {f} [(demonstratives) Vorbeiantworten auf einfache tägliche Fragen/Tatbestände, auch Vorbeidenken] 5+ Wörter: Andere: All specified dimensions are

**61.** A mechanism is said budget balanced (BB) if the receivers pay exactly the (possibly minimum) cost of the transmission, and β-** Approximate** budget balanced (β-BB) if the total cost charged to the receivers covers the overall cost and is at most β times the optimal one, while it is efficient if it maximizes the sum of the receivers' utilities minus the total cost over all receivers' sets.

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**63.** ** Approximate** something The animals were reared in conditions which

**64.** The total cost will ** Approximate** £15 billion

**65.** ** Approximate** to something His story

**66.** ** Approximate** Methods for Analysis of Indeterminate Structures (Ref: Chapter 7)

**67.** Learn how to find the ** Approximate** values of square roots

**68.** So if we ** Approximate** cos(3) by the 5th Taylor Polynomial centered at π thenwewillhaveanerrorofat most 1 720 (π−3)5 <.000000001119

**69.** If we ** Approximate** cos(1) by the 5th Taylor Polynomial centered at π thenwewillhaveanerrorofat most 1 720 (π−1)5 <.003