# calculate

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**calculate**— cal•cu•late [[t]ˈkæl kyəˌleɪt[/t]] v. lat•ed, lat•ing 1) math. to determine by mathematical methods; compute: to calculate the velocity of light[/ex] 2) to determine by reasoning or experience; estimate; gauge 3) to make suitable or fit for a… …32

**calculate**— / kælkjυleɪt/ verb 1. to find the answer to a problem using numbers ● The bank clerk calculated the rate of exchange for the dollar. 2. to estimate ● I calculate that we have six months’ stock left …33

**calculate**— [16] Calculate comes from the past participial stem of the Latin verb calculāre, a derivative of the noun calculus, which meant ‘pebble’. This was almost certainly a diminutive form of Latin calx, from which English gets calcium and chalk. The… …34

**Calculate Linux**— Calculate Linux …35

**calculate approximately**— index estimate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …36

**calculate upon**— index expect (anticipate) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …37

**calculate wrongly**— index miscalculate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …38

**Calculate Linux**— Cet article concerne le système d exploitation. Pour les autres significations, voir Calculate Linux (homonymie). Calculate Linux …39

**calculate, reckon, guess**— These words are localisms for think, suppose, and expect. Each has standard and reputable meanings (for example, one can calculate a mathematical problem), but each should be avoided as narrowly dialectal and somewhat old fashioned terms for… …40

**calculate**— Synonyms and related words: add, add up, algebraize, appraise, appreciate, arrange, ascertain, assay, assess, bank on, build on, calibrate, caliper, cast, check a parameter, cipher, compute, concert, consider, contrive, count, count on, cut out,… …