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Translation of "calculate" - English-Spanish dictionary

calculate

verb   /ˈkæl·kjə·leɪt/ ( present participle calculating, past tense and past participle calculated)
to discover an amount or number using mathematics calcular I’m trying to calculate the cost of the trip.
(Definition of calculate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

calculate

verb /ˈkӕlkjuleit/
to count or estimate, using numbers calcular Calculate the number of days in a century.
calculable adjective
calculable calculable risk.
calculation noun
cálculo scientific calculations.
calculator noun
a machine for calculating calculadora Use a calculator to add up all those numbers.
(Definition of calculate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “calculate”
in Korean 계산하다…
in Arabic يَحْسِب…
in Malaysian kira…
in French calculer…
in Russian вычислять…
in Chinese (Traditional) 算,計算…
in Italian calcolare…
in Turkish hesaplamak…
in Polish obliczać…
in Vietnamese tính toán…
in Portuguese calcular…
in Thai คำนวณ…
in German (be-)rechnen…
in Catalan calcular…
in Japanese ~を計算する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 算,计算…
in Indonesian menghitung…
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