Definition of ready reckoner in English:

ready reckoner

Line breaks: ready reck|on¦er

noun

A book or table listing standard numerical calculations or other kinds of information presented formulaically.
More example sentences
  • At the heart of the analysis is the ‘balance scorecard’, a spreadsheet-based ready reckoner of tax reforms and other fiscal tweaks that is used to balance the Treasury's books.
  • The ready reckoner also imparts information on basic car care, safe repairing and various types of accessories.
  • The directory, which is priced at Rs.50, is a ready reckoner on listings related to wedding trousseau, wedding accessories, flower decoration and back-drops, accommodation for the guests and much more.

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