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recalculate

Line breaks: re|cal¦cu¦late
Pronunciation: /riːˈkalkjʊleɪt
 
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Definition of recalculate in English:

verb

[with object]
Calculate again, typically using different data: multinationals would have to recalculate their entire worldwide profits according to each set of local rules
More example sentences
  • In the evenings, she would look over their bank statements and bills, calculating and recalculating numbers until she found a way to cut out enough luxuries.
  • The electrostatic interaction energies between the different sheets may be recalculated in the dipole approximation from simulation data.
  • The company can then simply mark the derivative to market and adjust the underlying exposure by the same amount, without having to calculate and recalculate the values of the items.

Derivatives

recalculation

1
Pronunciation: /-ˈleɪʃ(ə)n/
noun
Example sentences
  • Doing that will require some recalculations regarding focus and the allocation of resources, which is never easy in the midst of an election year.
  • This effectively fills the gap through a series of pen and paper recalculations.
  • The department's separate recalculation of the cash deposit rate cut the countervailing duty to nine per cent and the anti-dumping levy to four per cent.

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