- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of recalculate.
“My GPS is always "recalculating" directions when I ignore it to go my own way, follow the proper roads, or dodge traffic and construction.”
“My GPS kept saying "recalculating" and "lost satelite" since I was out in the country.”
“He backed up and made a U-turn, and then Jill said she was "recalculating" and directed him back to the park road.”
“I think she's adorable -- even if her voice sounds exasperated when I make her repeat "recalculating" by rejecting her advice.”
“Has anyone else noticed that when the Garmin GPS says "recalculating" that it uses a tone that seems to imply "you ***** idiot; now I have to figure out a new route.”
“Another iWatch News piece the same month detailed insurance brokers' attempts to seek a rule recalculating how much insurers could spend on administrative costs.”
“Getting help from the governor in terms of forcing employers to collect taxes from Detroit residents working in the suburbs and recalculating the revenue-sharing split, especially if Gov.”
“On Oct. 26, it announced it was recalculating banks' capital needs.”
“He said it was a "theoretical exercise," which he computed by recalculating data on the programs' estimated share of the gross domestic product at mid-century.”
“He will be missed for his 'recalculating route' tricks and his 'make next legal u turn' antics.”
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