Synonym: compute, count, estimate, figure, plan, reason, reckon, suppose, think. Similar words: calculation, speculate, articulate, speculation, regulate, stimulate, insulated, manipulate. Meaning: ['kælkjʊleɪt] v. 1. make a mathematical calculation or computation 2. judge to be probable 3. keep an account of 4. predict in advance 5. specifically design a product, event, or activity for a certain public 6. have faith or confidence in.

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1. You'll need to

*calculate*how much time the assignment will take.2. We must first

*calculate*the horse-power needed to propel the ship.3. Use the formula to

*calculate*the volume of the container.4. If you get lost in the desert,

*calculate*your direction by the sun and keep moving,then you're sure to get somewhere.5. They

*calculate*upon thirty people attending the evening party.6. Take a hundred and twenty values and

*calculate*the mean.7. From this you can

*calculate*the total mass in the Galaxy.8. He must

*calculate*the probability of failure.9. The computer will

*calculate*your position with pinpoint accuracy.10. You'll have to

*calculate*the average.11. We cannot

*calculate*on his help.12. We cannot

*calculate*upon having fine weather for the sports meeting.13. Astronomers can

*calculate*when there will be eclipses of the sun and moon.14. I'll

*calculate*what it will cost.15. We had better

*calculate*on their active participation.16. Emotional people don't stop to

*calculate*.17. We can't

*calculate*on good weather for the barbecue.18. Conservationists

*calculate*that hundreds of species could be lost in this area.19. They

*calculate*to go to Nanjing next Wednesday.20. We

*calculate*that the average size farm in Lancaster County is 65 acres.21. I

*calculate*that we will reach London at about 3 pm.22. I

*calculate*he is wrong in saying that.23. I

*calculate*you'll get there in time.24. We didn't

*calculate*for having such bad weather.25. Before taking a loan out,(Sentencedict.com)[sentence dictionary]

*calculate*your monthly outgoings.26. The satellite enables us to

*calculate*their precise location anywhere in the world.27. These instruments

*calculate*distances precisely.28. When buying things he doesn't stop to

*calculate*.29. What you do first is to

*calculate*the mean.30. A simple mathematical formula has been devised to allow you to

*calculate*the interest due.More similar words: calculation, speculate, articulate, speculation, regulate, stimulate, insulated, manipulate, secular, particular, spectacular, particularly, in particular, regulator, population, regulatory, regulation, late, plate, later, relate, lately, violate, related, isolate, isolated, percolate, chocolate, translate, contemplate.