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- VERB:
- to count or reckon
- determine (the amount or number of something) mathematically
- determine by reasoning, experience, or common sense; reckon or judge
- intend (an action) to have a particular effect
- suppose or believe
- solve or find out by a mathematical procedure or by reasoning
- To ascertain or determine by mathematical processes, usually by the ordinary rules of arithmetic; to reckon up; to estimate; to compute.
- To ascertain or predict by mathematical or astrological computations the time, circumstances, or other conditions of; to forecast or compute the character or consequences of; as, to calculate or cast one\'s nativity.
- To adjust for purpose; to adapt by forethought or calculation; to fit or prepare by the adaptation of means to an end; as, to calculate a system of laws for the government and protection of a free people.
- To plan; to expect; to think.
- To make a calculation; to forecast consequences; to estimate; to compute.
- make a mathematical calculation or computation
- judge to be probable
- keep an account of
- predict in advance
- specifically design a product, event, or activity for a certain public
- have faith or confidence in
- include as an essential element in one's plans. OTHER DEFINITIONS:
- to determine by mathematical processes; to reckon by exercise of practical judgment; estimate; to solve or probe the meaning; figure out

- Ashok had even taught me how to calculate the price of glass.
- It is impossible to calculate the good effects which such a change would bring about in our social, civil and political arrangements.
- It is an evil omen of the times that men have undertaken to calculate the mere material value of the Union.
- Being fine weather when they set out, they travelled rapidly, making twenty miles, as near as they could calculate, in the first six hours.
- I began to calculate ways and means to make it appear an accident.
- He has first to consider the state of feeling in England and Ireland, and to calculate to what extent and under what influences it may be expected to change.
- He was too cold-blooded not to calculate that the risk was mine.
- The only place I calculate on throwing the shot, is into the face and eyes of the English.
- By applying these, we could calculate the number of the children of ages specified in the census returns who would attain maturity.
- I think we may fairly and reasonably calculate that your son lives.
- He also began to calculate the amount of what might be saved from the fruits of their united industry.
- She gave him at this time some reason to calculate on her going thither as soon as her children should have completed the course of education she had proposed for them.
- Yet it is easy to calculate the degree of moral and intellectual improvement which the world would have exhibited, had they never lived.
- We cannot know how much we may have influenced others for good, we cannot calculate the effect that we have had upon them, and, through them, upon others.
- We must calculate the influences of the stubborn forces and facts around us.
- How far I had come I could not exactly calculate, but I knew that, at the rate I had been moving, it must be a considerable distance.
- Two astronomers, with the ocean between them, calculate at the same moment, in the same direction, and simultaneously light upon the same new orb.
- The freshman, after trying to calculate the exact distance across the intervening ice, dived below the glassy surface.
- Any information on these heads with which that gentleman may be favoured, our readers may calculate on seeing turned to good account.
- It is three years, if I calculate rightly, since you performed that duty for us.
- Calculate the median point in the following distribution of eighth-grade composition scores on the Hillegas scale.
- It is impossible to calculate the waste of grief and pathos which this incapacity causes.
- I calculate that if it originally came to a point the whole length would be 45 feet, but, as this would not be so, we may estimate it at 35 to 40 feet.
- The Nicobarese are not savages and live in well-built clean villages, are born traders, and can calculate accurately up to very high figures.
- The consumption of Russia may be assumed at over fifteen millions of pounds, although we have no correct data, as in the case of shipping returns, to calculate from.
- It is said that they should be allowed from 20 to 30 feet space apart, but I will calculate their return when planted 27 feet apart every way.
- We calculate the time and cost, and look for an object worthy the outlay in vain, and become thoroughly dissatisfied.
- Cynicism will not always obtain a sullen triumph, nor prudence always be allowed to calculate away some of the richer feelings of our nature.
- To calculate the sum-total of birds passing even on one day, appears to be impossible.
- But love does not calculate, and the impulse which leads to consecrate the best we have to Him is acceptable in His sight.
- You cannot see or calculate the inevitable destiny now fixed for your race.
- But in the event of floods or any unforeseen delay, it was impossible to calculate at what moment we might be driven to extremity.

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