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Translation of cálculo in English:

sustantivo masculino

  • 2 (plan, conjetura) See examples: eso no entraba en mis cálculos
    I hadn't allowed for that in my plans o calculations
    le fallaron los cálculos
    things didn't work out as he had hoped o planned
    superó los cálculos más optimistas
    it exceeded even the most optimistic estimates
    fue un error de cálculo
    I/he/they misjudged o miscalculated
Example sentences
  • Este nuevo cálculo es superior en 7.400 millones al pronóstico de mayo.
  • Los cálculos de los recursos se observan en el cuadro.
  • Un paciente puede tener un solo cálculo o cientos de ellos.

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