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**The synonyms of “Assess” are: tax, appraise, evaluate, measure, valuate, value, judge, gauge, rate, estimate, form an opinion of, check out, form an impression of, make up one's mind about, get the measure of, determine, weigh up, analyse, put a value on, calculate, compute, work out, fix, cost, price, levy a tax on, impose a toll on, charge duty on, exact a tax on, demand a tax on**

## Assess as a Verb

### Definitions of "Assess" as a verb

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “assess” as a verb can have the following definitions:

*Set the value of a tax, fine, etc., for (a person or property) at a specified level.**Calculate or estimate the price or value of.**Evaluate or estimate the nature, ability, or quality of.**Set or determine the amount of (a payment such as a fine.**Evaluate or estimate the nature, quality, ability, extent, or significance of.**Estimate the value of (property) for taxation.**Charge (a person or a property) with a payment, such as a tax or a fine.*

### Synonyms of "Assess" as a verb (30 Words)

analyse | Psychoanalyse someone.We need to analyse our results more clearly. |

appraise | (of an official valuer) set a price on; value.There is a need to appraise existing techniques. |

calculate | Determine by reasoning, experience, or common sense; reckon or judge.I was bright enough to calculate that she had been on vacation. |

charge duty on | File a formal charge against. |

check out | Be compatible, similar or consistent; coincide in their characteristics. |

compute | Seem reasonable; make sense.The hire charge is computed on a daily basis. |

cost | Estimate the price of.This mistake cost him his job. |

demand a tax on | Ask to be informed of. |

determine | Find out learn or determine with certainty usually by making an inquiry or other effort.He determined on a withdrawal of his forces. |

estimate | Judge tentatively or form an estimate of quantities or time.The aim is to estimate the effects of macroeconomic policy on the economy. |

evaluate | Evaluate or estimate the nature quality ability extent or significance of.Substitute numbers in a simple formula and evaluate the answer. |

exact a tax on | Claim as due or just. |

fix | Decide upon or fix definitely.Cowley fixed him with a cold stare. |

form an impression of | Make something, usually for a specific function. |

form an opinion of | Give shape or form to. |

gauge | Measure the dimensions of an object with a gauge.She was unable to gauge his mood. |

get the measure of | Achieve a point or goal. |

impose a toll on | Impose and collect. |

judge | Put on trial or hear a case and sit as the judge at the trial of.The judge tried both father and son in separate trials. |

levy a tax on | Cause to assemble or enlist in the military. |

make up one's mind about | Calculate as being. |

measure | Express as a number or measure or quantity.The fabric measures 137 cm wide. |

price | Ascertain or learn the price of.Have you priced personal computers lately. |

put a value on | Cause (someone) to undergo something. |

rate | Be worthy of; merit.How would you rate his chances to become President. |

tax | Pay tax on something especially a vehicle.They taxed him failure to appear in court. |

valuate | Evaluate or estimate the nature quality ability extent or significance of.They valuate the land at half a million an acre. |

value | Estimate the value of.She had come to value her privacy. |

weigh up | To be oppressive or burdensome. |

work out | Cause to undergo fermentation. |

### Usage Examples of "Assess" as a verb

*All empty properties will be assessed at 50 per cent.**The damage was assessed at £5 billion.**The committee must assess the relative importance of the issues.**Our house hasn't been assessed in years.**It is difficult to assess whether this is a new trend.*

## Associations of "Assess" (30 Words)

amount | Be tantamount or equivalent to.The bills amounted to 2 000. |

appraisal | An act of assessing something or someone.An appraisal system. |

appraise | Assess the value or quality of.He appraised the situation carefully before acting. |

approximation | A value or quantity that is nearly but not exactly correct.These figures are only approximations. |

assessment | An amount determined as payable.The assessment of educational needs. |

calculate | Make a mathematical calculation or computation.I calculate it s pretty difficult to git edication down there. |

calculation | A mathematical determination of the amount or number of something.The calculation of depreciation. |

compute | Reckon or calculate (a figure or amount.The idea just doesn t compute. |

count | Show consideration for take into account.She met some rebuffs from people she had counted as her friends. |

criterion | The ideal in terms of which something can be judged.They award a green label to products that meet certain environmental criteria. |

devaluation | An official lowering of a nation’s currency; a decrease in the value of a country’s currency relative to that of foreign countries.His philosophical views led to a devaluation of the individual. |

estimate | Judge tentatively or form an estimate of quantities or time.The aim is to estimate the effects of macroeconomic policy on the economy. |

estimation | A judgment of the qualities of something or somebody.Estimations of protein concentrations. |

evaluate | Evaluate or estimate the nature quality ability extent or significance of.Substitute numbers in a simple formula and evaluate the answer. |

evaluation | The making of a judgement about the amount, number, or value of something; assessment.The evaluation of each method. |

gauge | Measure the dimensions of an object with a gauge.Gauge the wine barrels. |

likelihood | The probability of a specified outcome.Situations where there is a likelihood of violence. |

mathematical | Beyond question.Have a mathematical chance of making the playoffs. |

measure | Measuring instrument having a sequence of marks at regular intervals used as a reference in making measurements.The amount of water collected is measured in pints. |

plumb | Adjust with a plumb line so as to make vertical.Drapery fell from their human forms plumb down. |

pricing | The evaluation of something in terms of its price. |

quantifiable | Capable of being quantified.The benefits are not easily quantifiable. |

quantity | The figure or symbol representing a quantity.The quantity and quality of the fruit can be controlled. |

sum | Be a summary of.They could not afford such a sum. |

touchstone | A piece of fine-grained dark schist or jasper formerly used for testing alloys of gold by observing the colour of the mark which they made on it.They tend to regard grammar as the touchstone of all language performance. |

underrate | Make too low an estimate of.They vastly underrate their own players. |

valuation | The monetary worth of something, especially as estimated by a valuer.He set a high valuation on friendship. |

value | Estimate the value of.Your support is of great value. |

valued | Held in great esteem for admirable qualities especially of an intrinsic nature.A valued friend. |

yardstick | A standard used for comparison.League tables are not the only yardstick of schools performance. |