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Translation of "calculate" - English-Turkish dictionary

calculate

verb     /ˈkælkjəleɪt/
B2 [T] to discover an amount or number using mathematics hesaplamak to calculate a cost/percentageCalculations and calculatingAddition, subtraction, multiplication and division
be calculated to do sth
to be intended to have a particular effect kasıtlı olmak, kötü amaçlar için önceden tasarlanmış olmak His comments were calculated to embarrass the prime minister.Planning, expecting and arrangingPlotting and trapping
Translations of “calculate”
in Arabic يَحْسِب…
in Korean 계산하다…
in Malaysian kira…
in French calculer…
in Italian calcolare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 算,計算…
in Russian вычислять…
in Polish obliczać…
in Vietnamese tính toán…
in Spanish calcular…
in Portuguese calcular…
in Thai คำนวณ…
in German (be-)rechnen…
in Catalan calcular…
in Japanese ~を計算する…
in Indonesian menghitung…
in Chinese (Simplified) 算,计算…
(Definition of calculate from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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