What is the past tense of estimate?

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The past tense of estimate is estimated.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of estimate is estimates.

The present participle of estimate is estimating.

The past participle of estimate is estimated.

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Cume persons represent a radio station's cumulative audience, or the estimated number of individuals reached by a radio station.
It was estimated, for example, that Treasurer Wayne Swan had given more than 250 interviews and doorstops by the end of his first year in office.
The cost of the project has been estimated at about 10 million dollars.
It is estimated by industry and leading botters that only around 1 in 10 players using bots make a profit, mainly in low-stakes games.
Staring about the room he estimated that there were at least thirty bodies in various stages of mutilation and bloatation.
Viral RNA distribution and accumulation was estimated by hybridization and densitogram analysis as described above.

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