Synonym: arithmetical. Similar words: sometime, sometimes, popularity, similarity, critic, at the same time, writhing, heretic. Meaning: [ə'rɪθmətɪk] n. the branch of pure mathematics dealing with the theory of numerical calculations. adj. relating to or involving arithmetic.

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1, I've never been very good at

*arithmetic*.2, She tries to ground her son in

*arithmetic*.3, He got the answer by mental

*arithmetic*.4, My brother is poor at

*arithmetic*.5, The

*arithmetic*of nuclear running costs has been skewed by the fall in the cost of other fuels.6, An educational system which fails to teach basic

*arithmetic*is seriously deficient.7, In the

*arithmetic*of love, one plus one equals everything, and two minus one equals nothing.8, The teacher grounded his pupils in

*arithmetic*.9, I think there's something wrong with your

*arithmetic*.10, He is good at

*arithmetic*.11, The waiter got his

*arithmetic*wrong.12, She grounded her pupils well in

*arithmetic*.13, I did a quick bit of mental

*arithmetic*.14, Practise mental

*arithmetic*when you go out shopping.15, He failed in

*arithmetic*.16, Don't ask me to add up the bill:

*arithmetic*isn't my strong point.17, I did some quick mental

*arithmetic*and decided it was going to cost too much.18, The budgetary

*arithmetic*suggests that government borrowing is set to surge.19, Do not be won over by Mr Franklin's

*arithmetic*.20, A little simple

*arithmetic*is now required.21, 4,000 women put in ten rupees each, which if my

*arithmetic*is right adds up to 40,(http://sentencedict.com/arithmetic.html)000 rupees.22, Of his age, the child is above the norm in

*arithmetic*.23, By the age of ten, the children can do simple

*arithmetic*.24, The little boy can already do simple problems in

*arithmetic*.25, They will concentrate on teaching the basics of reading, writing and

*arithmetic*.26, I can't work out which of these packets of washing powder is cheaper - could you do the

*arithmetic*for me?27, He's behind the others in reading but a long way ahead in

*arithmetic*.28, John was competing against James for the prize in

*arithmetic*.29, I've worked out the price, but I need to check the

*arithmetic*.30, Her school report shows that she is weak at/in

*arithmetic*and biology.More similar words: sometime, sometimes, popularity, similarity, critic, at the same time, writhing, heretic, genetic, athletic, pathetic, critical, aesthetic, magnetic, energetic, criticize, aesthetics, kinesthetic, theoretical, come to terms with, in comparison with, rhythm, detachment, punishment, astonishment, accomplishment, establishment, comet, relinquishment, impoverishment.