To get a ballpark figure
, you add up the value of everything in the estate - including gifts made in the last 7 years before the person died - and take away any debts, like bills and funeral expenses.
The chairman talked about a 7 percent ballpark figure
We can say that the chance of any given corner not leading to a goal would be - a very rough ballpark figure
- 44 out of 45.
He was pressed whether he could give a ballpark figure
According to the PAC report, LOCOG's original ballpark figure
for the number of security guards in and around the venues was 10,000, which is a 'finger in the air estimate.
I'd say pounds 7,000 is a ballpark figure
, but it will certainly cost several thousand pounds.
for four series of ITV2 reality shows and chat show with her ex-husband - pounds 1,500,000
Mathematicians can 'prove' almost anything if they put their minds to it, but that particular ballpark figure
When Newcastle agreed to sell Milner for pounds 12m they couldn't have foreseen that the decision could end up costing them pounds 100m in total - the ballpark figure
for losing top flight status.
Kassinis gave a ballpark figure
of three to five years when asked one might expect actual drilling to commence in Cypriot waters.
2 million, and custodial overtime is budgeted for $798,000, which is just a ballpark figure
, considering more than $1 million was spent on custodial overtime last year.
Harry Smith, a vice president of XGenesys, said the eventual cost to build enough long-term power line capacity is unknown, but he's heard a ballpark figure
of $200 million.
Commercial director Joe Verdi said: "We are still putting a finance package together but pounds 150m would be a ballpark figure
for the cost of the Anglesey development.
The current estimate is that 6% of the population is gay, but this is just a ballpark figure
and could be completely out.
around (in the place of "about"), awesome, ballpark figure
, basically, basis ("on a weekly basis" in place of "weekly" and so on), bear with me, between a rock and a hard place, blue sky (thinking), boggles the mind, bottom line, crack troops, diamond geezer (that's a new one to this American who hasn't been in England for years), epicentre (used incorrectly), glass half full (or half empty), going forward, I hear what you're saying, in terms of, it's not rocket science, literally, move the goal-posts, ongoing, prioritise, pushing the envelope, singing from the same hymn sheet, the fact of the matter is, thinking outside the box, to be honest, to be perfectly honest, touch base, up to (in place of "about"), and value-added (in general use).