Calculating the team's chances of winning.
If you think carefully about how to proceed in a negotiation, this is an example of when you calculate your next move.
If you add 2+2 and get 4, this is an example of when you calculate.
To calculate or cast one's nativity.
To calculate a system of laws for the government and protection of a free people.
We must measure and calculate to determine how much paint will be needed.
Calculating the area of a circle; calculated their probable time of arrival.
A sturdy car that is calculated to last for years; a choice that was calculated to please.
A tale calculated to mislead us.
Calculate the square root of 3 to 10 decimal places.
Origin of calculate
- Late Latin calculāre calculāt- from Latin calculus small stone used in reckoning diminutive of calx calc- small stone for gaming calx
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition