- het te hoog waarderen
- a calculation that results in an estimate that is too high
- an appraisal that is too high
- make too high an estimate of
"He overestimated his own powers"
- You overestimate me.
- You overestimate him.
- We cannot overestimate her ability.
- You cannot overestimate his abilities.
- We cannot overestimate the value of health.
- Therefore this range represents rather an overestimate of the production.
- Such a methodology, in the opinion of the United Kingdom, would overestimate the amount of any aid granted to BankCo.
- tests to demonstrate that any assumptions made within the internal model are appropriate and do not underestimate or overestimate the risk;
- The system appeared to constitute an incentive for shipowners to overestimate their cover requirements with the sole objective of benefitting from the tax deduction.
- Consequently, there was no incentive for member undertakings to overestimate their cover requirements, as this would have resulted in additional taxation.
- This amount, on the basis of which the burden-sharing of the restructuring costs between Dexia and the Member States concerned is to be evaluated, would therefore be an overestimate.
- This estimate however contains all refuse bags and it should be recalled that some refuse sacks can be more than 100 microns in thickness and thus outside the product definition. Therefore this range represents rather an overestimate of the production.
- Consequently, the Commission can conclude that, since consumer alarm does not in itself constitute an exceptional occurrence within the meaning of Article 87(2)(b) of the Treaty and that the method of calculating losses proposed by the Italian authorities could lead to an overestimate of the losses suffered by Italian poultrymeat producers, the measure cannot be considered to be compatible with the common market under Article 87(2)(b).
- Germany’s formal objection was lodged on the grounds that standard EN ISO 4869-4: 2000 fails to satisfy the requirements set out in Annex II to Directive 89/686/EEC, as the test method for level-dependent sound attenuating ear-muffs specified by that standard tends to overestimate the effectiveness of the hearing protector tested and the results are neither representative of user exposure nor reproducible.
- Finally, the Member States concerned consider that the Commission’s evaluation of the aid amount in its decision of 13 March 2009 is inaccurate as it adds together incorrect amounts of different types in order to arrive at total aid in the order of EUR [170-210] billion. This amount, on the basis of which the burden-sharing of the restructuring costs between Dexia and the Member States concerned is to be evaluated, would therefore be an overestimate.