Extrapolate in a sentence

Use Extrapolate in a sentence

Extrapolate meaning and collocations;

Meaning: [verb] predict on the basis of known data; extend;

This technology and experience greatly improve our ability to interpret and extrapolate from study data.

It is not always possible to extrapolate future developments accurately from current data.

I think Tom is extrapolating from your own feelings to his.

That 11.5% is an extrapolated forecast from estimated national trends.

My understanding is they sample and extrapolate from those results.

Do you think the modern-day NASA technology extrapolated 60 years into the future.

The danger in these predictions is that more often than not we extrapolate recent history into the future.

Academics tend to analyse the past and extrapolate that into the future.