Translation of assessment in Spanish:

assessment

Pronunciation: /əˈsesmənt/

n

countable or uncountable/numerable o no numerable
  • 1.1 (of performance, results) evaluación (f), valoración (f); (of amount) cálculo (m) an optimistic assessment of the situation una valoración positiva or un análisis optimista de la situación what is your assessment of the situation? ¿cómo ve usted la situación? continuous assessment [Education/Educación] evaluación (feminine) continua (a lo largo del curso)
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    • There is very little in the leaflet on which to base any worthwhile assessment.
    • An inquiry has begun into how the raid was orchestrated and what kind of risk assessment was taken.
    • All jobs and people applying for them are reviewed against a stringent risk assessment.
    1.2 [Tax/Fisco] cálculo (masculine) de los ingresos imponibles

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