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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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The rubric for this evaluative dimension should be organized around a definition in which higher ratings would be given to a set of curricular aims whose numbers would be regarded by teachers as easily addressed in the instructional time available.
Forty-one respondents (46 percent of the sample) chose one of the evaluative tables as their preferred template.
Although terms like "flourishing" or "suffering" are vague, covering wide ranges of conditions, they seem to be both descriptive and evaluative.
Evaluative morphology is viewed by her as a single, although fairly complex, feature that can provide further refinement to the diverse questions of SAE.
For example, Thomson (1996) argues that evaluative properties like rudeness are epiphenomenal: All the causal-explanatory work being done in appeals to rudeness is accomplished by the subvening descriptive properties on which rudeness supervenes (cf.
large), where in the lexical concept center-stage is preserved for describing features of objective properties (large--size; wooden--material), which may contextually be overridden and encode evaluative meanings (e.
Implicit values, on the other hand, remain invisible in everyday speech, and evaluative judgments may be masked in allegedly neutral and unbiased language.
The relationships between Web users' evaluative standards and their online search strategies
The question of "quality versus quantity" in the scientific process is increasingly being discussed in the search for the ends, means, criteria, and priorities of the evaluative process.
Oman s cardiologists pressed significance of taking the immediate precautions for helping the patients of hypertension (high blood pressure) to follow treatment curriculum and regular evaluative examinations that include review of the medicines given to them in order to preserve the blood pressure level within normal level 140/90mmhg.
The Sultanate's cardiologists pressed the significance of taking the immediate precautions for helping the patients of hypertension (high blood pressure) to follow treatment curriculum and regular evaluative examinations that include review of the medicines given to them in order to preserve the blood pressure level within the normal level 140/90mmHg.
Shanghai, Apr 12, 2011 - (ACN Newswire) - On March 29th 2011, the passenger bus industry's most closely watched exhibition Busworld Asia 2011 announced the evaluative results and award winners for the ACW awards competition organized through BAAV at the Shanghai Automobile Exhibition Centerin Shanghai, China.
Here, desires (sometimes) have a mind-to-world direction of fit (evaluative impressions can be mistaken), and human actions are inexplicable apart from reference to agential evaluative outlooks.
During a press conference held by Minister of Finance Mohammed Shateh and the Evaluative Monetary Fund Commission, Shateh said public debt rate is expected to reach 151% by the end of the current year, after having amounted to 162% during last year.