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arithmeticnoun [U]

 us   /əˈrɪθ·məˌtɪk/
mathematics the process of making calculations such as adding, multiplying, and dividing by using numbers, or the study of this
arithmetical
adjective  /ˌeər·əθˈmet̬·ɪ·kəl, ˌær-/
mathematics an arithmetical operation/progression
arithmetically
adverb  /ˌeər·əθˈmet̬·ɪk·li, ˌær-/
mathematics arithmetically equivalent numbers
Translations of “arithmetic”
in Arabic حِساب…
in Korean 산수, 산술…
in Malaysian aritmetik…
in French arithmétique…
in Turkish matematik…
in Italian aritmetica…
in Chinese (Traditional) 算術, 算術運算, 演算…
in Russian арифметика…
in Polish arytmetyka, obliczenia…
in Vietnamese số học…
in Spanish aritmética…
in Portuguese aritmética…
in Thai คณิตศาสตร์…
in German die Arithmetik…
in Catalan aritmètica…
in Japanese 算数, 計算…
in Indonesian ilmu hitung…
in Chinese (Simplified) 算术, 算术运算, 演算…
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