- an imprecise or incomplete account
"newspapers gave only an approximation of the actual events"
- the quality of coming near to identity (especially close in quantity)
- Purity is at best an approximation.
- Exchange of information between authorities and approximation of quality requirements
- Continue approximation with European standards in the field of environment.
- COMMON RULES ON COMPETITION, TAXATION AND APPROXIMATION OF LAWS
- Accelerate approximation of legislation and standards to the EU acquis.
- A prudent approximation of the market value would, therefore, in the current circumstances, be to use the best approximation of the book value.
- The number of employees is used as a temporary approximation of the number of persons employed.
- Implementation of the partnership’s priorities and approximation of legislation should be monitored.
- It shall assess progress on the approximation and implementation of laws.
- Approximation of the likelihood of the spread of disease from the farm or mollusc farming area
- Implementation of the partnership's priorities and approximation of legislation should be monitored.
- In the Commission's view this calculation represents a reasonable approximation of the actual market shares.
- Output price indices for construction can be used as an approximation for the construction cost variables.
- It shall assess progress on approximation of laws, implementation and enforcement.
- In particular, it shall assess progress in law approximation, implementation and enforcement.