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- n. An excessive estimation
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of overestimating, or the state of being overestimated; overvaluation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an appraisal that is too high
- n. a calculation that results in an estimate that is too high
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Therefore, the overestimation is done by Chapters, but the cost must be swallowed by the publisher.
A report by the French Senate published last month criticized WHO's handling of the pandemic, in particularly what it described as an "overestimation" of the risk and insufficient transparency about links between WHO experts and the pharmaceutical industry.
This kind of overestimation is common, for example in polling concerning the economy.
The personality trait that best predicted the overestimation bias was fearfulness, not other negative-affect traits such as anxiety or anger.
In an email, a CDC spokeswoman said its figures were based on sales of head-lice treatments, noting a report by the American Academy of Pediatrics published last year that said the totals were most likely an overestimation.
And “fourth most important country in Europe” sounds like an overestimation to me.
At the same time, there has also been an overestimation of what "click activism" can do.
ÂAt the same time, there has also been an overestimation of what "click activism" can do.
"I can make two, three hundred dollars a day," he says in a probable overestimation.
Last year, the USDA overestimated the size of the harvest in its monthly forecasts by an average of 6%, the widest average overestimation since 1995.