- overrate; overmeasure; over-valuation; overestimation
- Pet slightly overestimate extent of necrosis myocardium and can't distinguish transmural necrosis from subendocardial necrosis.
- The union is in danger of overplay its hand in the current dispute.
- Nrc had explained that the table involved various assumptions including overestimates of the risk of releases of volatile materials before repository sealing.
- It is generally assumed that lay jurors tend to overestimate the probative value of hearsay testimony particularly when the litigants are deprived of the opportunity to cross-examine a declarant who is not a witness in the proceeding.
- Oh sometimes you overestimate me.
- Innocence is a highly overrated commodity.
- Social analysts often overrate the rate of change.
- They overestimate the number of your group.
- To control domestic inflation the peso is overvalued and the exchange rate pegged to the dollar and floating.
- I thinkyou overestimate their chances.
- We are quite content to hold any security indefinitely so long as the prospective return on equity capital of the underlying business is satisfactory management is competent and honest and the market does not overvalue the business.
- Some teachers have a tendency to overrate the abilities of obedient conscientious children.
- China's vulnerability to such shocks is probably overstated by official statistics that may exaggerate investment but underreport the fast-growing consumer sector.
- During the process of the rapid economy transformation in china due to the lagging of the system arrangement systematic credibility shortage comes forth especially in the field of the real estate appraisal. "Unfair appraisal skullduggery together" abounds which has become the hidden trouble of the economy running and endangered the security of the national finance system.
- Really captain? Perhaps the wing commander has indeed overestimated you.for the sum of50currency I may be able to obtain some more information for you.