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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of recalculate.

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Examples

  • One of the most amazing things I discovered about this contraption is, whenever I make a mistake, which I must confess is often, it always "recalculates" and guides me back to where I need to be.

    Breaking News - The Post Chronicle

  • "recalculates" those directions whenever we got off the path or the road ahead is closed.

    RVABlogs

  • As you add or subtract demographic info, a counter recalculates the size of your potential audience.

    With Facebook's help, author strategically targets site's users for book sales

  • TOKYO—Japan's government said Thursday it is considering extending the evacuation zone around its hobbled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear complex, as the government recalculates the risk of radioactivity that continues to issue from the plant four weeks after Japan's devastating earthquake and tsunami.

    Japan Weighs Wider Evacuation Zone

  • The big center-mounted nav system frequently recalculates the time to destination and, as I roll up to the electronically limited 155-mph top speed on unlimited stretches of the Autobahn, I gain precious minutes on my schedule.

    BMW 640i: For the All-Business Person

  • But shadowstats recalculates the CPI-index numbers the way they were calculated in 1980 and we are hitting over 12% and the money supply is being inflated by 16%.

    Easter Lemming Liberal News

  • And then it gets really upset with me and it recalculates and I ignore it and we start having, you know, kind of a little fight.

    Panel Round Two

  • He recalculates and sends you to your original destination, but by a different route.

    The SOURCE of MIRACLES

  • But if you make a wrong turn and cannot follow the original directions laid out for you, the GPS system recalculates automatically.

    The SOURCE of MIRACLES

  • Social Security recalculates the premiums for Medicare Part B enrollees every fall, according to Mark Lassiter,

    Medicare Part B Rates Adjust as Income Changes

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