verb (used with object), evaluated, evaluating.
to determine or set the value or amount of; appraise: to evaluate property.
to judge or determine the significance, worth, or quality of; assess: to evaluate the results of an experiment.
Mathematics. to ascertain the numerical value of (a function, relation, etc.).

1835–45; back formation from evaluation

evaluable [ih-val-yoo-uh-buhl] , adjective
evaluative, adjective
evaluator, noun
misevaluate, verb (used with object), misevaluated, misevaluating.
nonevaluative, adjective
reevaluate, verb (used with object), reevaluated, reevaluating.
unevaluated, adjective

1, 2. weigh, estimate, gauge, value.
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evaluate (ɪˈvæljʊˌeɪt)
1.  to ascertain or set the amount or value of
2.  to judge or assess the worth of; appraise
3.  maths, logic to determine the unique member of the range of a function corresponding to a given member of its domain
[C19: back formation from evaluation, from French, from evaluer to evaluate; see value]

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Word Origin & History

1842, a back formation from evaluation. Originally in mathematics. Related: Evaluated; evaluating.
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Example sentences
They may reevaluate their study habits, intended majors, or motivation for
The study that is linked below supports a need to reevaluate all the climate
  change models.
The photograph encourages the viewer to reevaluate the famous encounter.
The political stakes are high, and almost everyone involved in the debate has
  been obliged to reevaluate their position.
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