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evaluate (someone or something) as (something)

To categorize or conceive of someone or something in a certain way in order to judge or grade them appropriately. Well, of course you were critiqued more harshly—she evaluated you as the professional dancer you are! We should evaluate this raw data as just that—not contextualized statistics.
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evaluate someone as something

to judge someone's performance as something. I will have to evaluate you as a new student. We must evaluate ourselves as teachers and leaders.
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WHEN USING A SPECIALIST, auditors should evaluate the specialist's professional qualifications, understand the objectives and scope of the specialist's work, the appropriateness of using a specialist's work for the intended purpose and the form and content of the specialist's findings.
Because the data collected from the interviews identifies the criteria used by executive management and audit directors to evaluate internal auditors in companies with successful audit departments, its importance to other companies is obvious.
The Company is also planning a further clinical trial to evaluate the efficacy of CF101 in the treatment of the dry eye syndrome in patients suffering from that disease.
The Phase 2 randomized, open-label study of denosumab was designed to evaluate its effect in decreasing bone turnover in advanced cancer patients with bone metastases who had previously received intravenous bisphosphonate therapy.
Upon completion of their teacher education course, undergraduate students were asked to anonymously evaluate the effectiveness of the field-based project.
In addition to using LOE to evaluate published literature, otolaryngologists should also remember classification of evidence when designing a study or preparing to write a paper.
After observing a resident or medical student for two months, workers at each site--from nurses to supervisors--are asked to evaluate him on about 20 of the 60 behaviors.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the National Security Agency (NSA) established the NIAP to evaluate information technology product conformance to international standards, namely the Common Criteria (CC).
Studies to develop or evaluate the readability or utility of specific materials that are intended for single uses or single audiences are not responsive to this PA unless these investigations are integral to testing a significant research hypothesis related to health literacy.
Supervisors evaluate the employees working under them annually, which becomes the basis for pay raises and promotions.
GE's Polymer Process Development Center (PPDC) conducted a 12-month study to evaluate eight different approaches geared to reduce sink marks.
Question #1: To what degree is the board willing to test its assumptions, beliefs, and traditions in order to evaluate its own performance?
Not only can it simplify the process, but also it allows districts to put products next to each other, literaly, to fully evaluate their strengths and weaknesses.
All account usage data is available online at any time, enabling property owners to search account activity by date, tenant name or building name in order to compare it to their credit card bills, calculate their rental traffic, or evaluate a manager's performance.