- vt. 估价,估计 decide or fix the value of (sth); evaluate
- vt. 评定,核定 decide or fix the amount of sth
evaluate or estimate the nature, quality, ability, extent, or significance of;
"I will have the family jewels appraised by a professional"
"access all the factors when taking a risk"
charge (a person or a property) with a payment, such as a tax or a fine
set or determine the amount of (a payment such as a fine)
estimate the value of (property) for taxation;
"Our house hasn't been assessed in years"
- He can quickly assess a person's character.
- How do you assess your students?
- We will assess the damages caused by the flood.
- She looked at the house and assessed its market value.
- Can you assess my chances of winning?
- He's so lazy that it's difficult to assess his ability.
- It's difficult to assess the effects of these changes.
- It's too early to assess the effects of the new legislation.
- You will need time to settle in and assess your surroundings.
- They meet monthly to discuss policy and assess the current political situation.
- We tried to assess his suitability for the job.
- Our agent will assess the value of your property.
- In the programme this week, we assess the new National Savings Certificate.
- The farmers are assessing the damage to their crops after the storm.
- They have assessed the amount of compensation to be paid.
- The club assessed each member $100 to rebuild the clubhouse.
- How will my work be assessed?
- My income has been assessed wrongly.
- Each member of the club will be assessed 10 dollars to pay for the trip.
- The committee assesses whether a building is worth preserving.
- Ellen tried to assess how she felt.
- We are trying to assess how well the system works.
- I'd assess your chances as extremely low.
- assess at (v.+prep.)
估计…价值为judge the value of sth as
assess sth at sth
They assessed the value of the house at 60,000 pounds.
Damages were assessed by the court at $10,000.
The value of this property was assessed at one million dollars.
The estate was assessed at three thousand pounds.
Damage to the building was assessed at ￡40,000.
Her needs were assessed at $1800 a week.
- assess a fine 处以罚款
- assess a situation 估计形势
- assess a tax of 100 dollars upon sb 向某人征收100美元的税款
- assess a tax on sb's property 对某人的财产课税
- assess damages after an incident 事故后确定损失赔偿金额
- assess the importance of 估计…的重要性
- assess the merit of a thesis 对论文的价值做出评价
- assess the value 估价
- assess at 把…估价为
A forced loan was assessed upon the whole kingdom.出自： J. R. Green
The judge assessed total damages at s112,600.出自：Daily Telegraph
- assess是及物动词,接名词或代词作宾语,有时还可接“as+ adj. ”作补足语的复合宾语; 可用于被动结构。
- assess, appraise, assay, estimate, evaluate , rate, value
- 这组词都有“估价”的意思。其区别在于:estimate指个人的主观估价; appraise指以专家身份作出最终精确的估价; assay原指化验某物以确定其性质、分量或价值,引申指在衡量某事物之前作出鉴定性分析; assess指对财产进行估价作为征收税款或罚款的依据,引申指在使用某人或某物之前对其作出精确评价,以作最后决定的依据; evaluate是数学用语,指“求…的值”,引申指用比较熟悉的表示法评估某事物的价值; rate则专指评定价值等级的高低; value强调精确地估价。
- ☆ 15世纪初期进入英语，直接源自盎格鲁法语的assesser；最初源自中世纪拉丁语的assessare，意为课税。