Independent voters always want to evaluate two different approaches.
When asked to evaluate his own work, Leigh was a little more reticent.
The more important thing is, do you know how to look for the right information, and how to evaluate it?
"We'll evaluate our position only after hearing these scenarios," he told the Hurriyet Daily News.
I hate to carve up a book into parcels, to evaluate art with that crass finality of the food critic judging course after course.
In addition, by visualizing the pertinent operations involved, he enables himself to evaluate the costs to be expected.
I'll just give you my line of reasoning, and you can evaluate it for yourself.
However, properly defined, it can help us to evaluate the Fair Play settlers in some understandable context.
The result is illustrative of the relation between what we do and how we evaluate what we do.
It is the duty of the health physicist to evaluate and control any potential hazard in the use of nuclear energy.
1842, from French évaluer or else a back-formation from evaluation. Originally in mathematics. Related: Evaluated; evaluating.