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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of overestimate.

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Examples

  • I agree that they Blanco and Nagin overestimated federal preparedness in this NATIONAL disaster.

    Think Progress » FEMA staff warned Brown

  • China's financial prowess has been "overestimated" he said, trying to downplay ideas that China can be the savior of the global financial system with its $1.9 trillion in foreign reserves.

    Michael Standaert: More Views on Obama from China

  • So is it possible that journalists kind of overestimated the impact of this trip because it was so visual?

    CNN Transcript Jul 27, 2008

  • US President Barack Obama, in an interview with Time Magazine, conceded he "overestimated" his administration's ability to persuade Israelis and Palestinians to return to the negotiating table.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • US President Barack Obama, in an interview with Time Magazine, conceded he "overestimated" his administration's ability to persuade Israelis and Palestinians to return to the negotiating table.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Meanwhile, during the European trade, ECB's Nowotny said that stress test should not be "overestimated," and went onto add that it is "important" to curb "debt dynamic."

    Currency Trading News by DailyFX

  • People "overestimated" Gordon Brown's capacity to be prime minister, Tony Blair has claimed.

    ITN Headlines

  • US "overestimated" ability to influence Mideast process

    Winds Of Jihad By SheikYerMami

  • Obama: U.S. 'overestimated' ability to bring Mideast peace

    JTA - Recent News

  • US President Barack Obama, in an interview with Time Magazine, conceded he "overestimated" his administration's ability to persuade Israelis and Palestinians to return to the negotiating table.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

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