Definition of 'calculate'
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Then he started to calculate the damage she had done to him. YELLOW BIRD (2001)Pouring myself some more tea, I began to calculate which train I could catch from Waterloo. ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (2001)He looked hard into ET's eyes, trying to calculate the mood. THE TOUCH OF INNOCENTS (2001)
Plus considerably more in the field that nine-month, I calculate. THE CURSE OF CHALION (2001)
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Translations for 'calculate'
British English: calculate /ˈkælkjʊˌleɪt/ VERB
If you calculate a number or amount, you work it out by doing some arithmetic.
Have you calculated the cost of your trip?
- American English: calculate
- Arabic: يَعُدُّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: calcular
- Chinese: 计算
- Croatian: računati
- Czech: vypočítat
- Danish: beregne
- Dutch: berekenen
- European Spanish: calcular computar
- Finnish: laskea laskutoimitus
- French: calculer
- German: berechnen ausrechnen
- Greek: υπολογίζω
- Italian: calcolare
- Japanese: 計算する
- Korean: 계산하다
- Norwegian: beregne
- Polish: obliczyć
- European Portuguese: calcular
- Romanian: a calcula
- Russian: вычислять
- Spanish: calcular
- Swedish: beräkna
- Thai: คำนวณ
- Turkish: hesaplamak
- Ukrainian: розраховувати
- Vietnamese: tính toán
Definition of calculate from the Collins English Dictionary
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