英 [ə’ses] 美 [ə’ses] v. 评定；评估；估算
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v. assesses 0 assessing 1 assessed 2
The district will then assess how well the schools perform.
Children who play with puzzles between 26 and 46 months of age have better spatial （空间的）skills when assessed at 54 months of age.
In most years, more than five hundred million cases of illness result from the disease, although exact numbers are difficult to assess because many people don’t (or can’t) seek care.
assessed v. 对…进行评估（assess过去时形式）
assessing v. 评价，评估（assess的ing形式）
assessed value 估定价值
assessed tax [税收] 估定税额
jointly assess 评议商定
assessed profit 估定利润
assessing officer 审批人员
assessed cost 评估成本；[会计] 摊派费用
assessed valuation 估定价值
assess capital 核定资本
Assessed 评估; 评估出; 估值;
Assessing 评估与反馈; 自我评价; 评估; 考核;
assessed valuation assessed value 政府评定价值
point assessing 评分法
assessed risks 估计保险
assessing index 考核指标
assess strength 掂量实力
(為征稅)評估(財產,收入);征稅;評價Small town banks have to assess the relative riskiness of their loans.小城市的銀行必須預估他們貸款相當的冒險.
1. ~ sb / sth (as sth) to make a judgement about the nature or quality of sb / sth
▪ [VN] It’s difficult to assess the effects of these changes.
to assess a patient’s needs
The young men were assessed as either safe or unsafe drivers.
I’d assess your chances as low.
▪ [V wh-] The committee assesses whether a building is worth preserving.
We are trying to assess how well the system works.
2. [VN] ~ sth (at sth) to calculate the amount or value of sth
SYN estimate :
They have assessed the amount of compensation to be paid.
Damage to the building was assessed at £40 000.
该建筑物的损失估定为 4 万英镑。
assess the impact/extent/effectiveness etc of something
a report to assess the impact of advertising on children
assess what/how etc
The technique is being tried in classrooms to assess what effects it may have.
be assessed as something
Many of the adults were assessed as having learning difficulties.
2 to calculate the value or cost of something 估价，估计
be assessed at something
The value of the business was assessed at £1.25 million.
Origin assess (1400-1500) Old French assesser, from Latin, past participle of assidere “to sit beside, help in making judgments”, from ad- “to” + sedere “to sit”
1.VERB 动词评估；评价；考查 When you assess a person, thing, or situation, you consider them in order to make a judgment about them.
Our correspondent has been assessing the impact of the sanctions…
The test was to assess aptitude rather than academic achievement…
It would be a matter of assessing whether she was well enough to travel.
2.VERB 动词评估（价值）；估价 When you assess the amount of money that something is worth or should be paid, you calculate or estimate it.
【语法信息】：Also V wh
Ask them to send you information on how to assess the value of your belongings…
What’s the property’s assessed value?
assesses; assessed; assessing [+ object] 1
: to make a judgment about (something)评价；评估；评定
The school will assess [=evaluate] the students’ progress each year.
After the hurricane, officials assessed the town’s need for aid.
assess a problem
We need to assess whether or not the system is working.
assess the situation/danger/impact/severity
: to officially say what the amount, value, or rate of (something) is估定，核定，估算（数量、价值或费率）
Damage to the boat was assessed at $5,000.
Their house is assessed [=appraised, valued] at $163,000.
a : to tax or charge (someone or something) : to require (a person, business, etc.) to pay a particular amount of money征税；处以罚金
The company was assessed $12 million in fines for polluting the river.
b : to require a person, business, etc., to pay (a tax, fee, fine, etc.)征收（税款、费用、罚金等）
The bank assesses [=(more commonly) charges, imposes] a fee for replacing lost credit cards.
US, sports : to give (a player or team) a penalty during a game判罚（运动员或运动队）
He was assessed five fouls during the game.