Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • transitive verb To calculate again, especially in order to eliminate errors or to incorporate additional factors or data.

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  • verb calculate again

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  • verb calculate anew

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Examples

  • The closest thing to an empirical economic argument is Johnson's notion that we should now go back and "recalculate" economic growth, subtracting all the bad mortgages and loans and losses.

    Robert Teitelman: Simon Johnson on Bank State Capture

  • Check out with the shopping cart as usual, then click "recalculate" to receive the discount from your order.

    This might be the last of it ... did I forget anybody? - A Dress A Day

  • I mean if you have the president of this country, Al Maliki saying, you know, excuse me, the prime minister saying he wants U.S. troops out by 2010 as an aspirational timeline, you've got to kind of recalculate if you're John McCain, no?

    CNN Transcript Jul 21, 2008

  • If you have the president of this country, al-Maliki saying, you know -- or excuse me -- the prime minister saying he wants U.S. troops out by 2010 as an aspirational timeline, you have got to kind of recalculate, if you're John McCain, no?

    CNN Transcript Jul 21, 2008

  • Check out with the shopping cart as usual, then click "recalculate" to receive the discount from your order.

    December 2008

  • Her message: "You can 'recalculate' anytime in life."

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  • This web page will be refreshed after the API data is updated daily, or after the 'recalculate' function.

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  • You can do this lazily, i.e. you either call some "recalculate" method after all transformations or set a

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  • CNBC reports on their website that Bozo's posse is going to "recalculate" the "saved or created" job numbers.

    Hot Air » Top Picks

  • The closest thing to an empirical economic argument is Johnson's notion that we should now go back and "recalculate" economic growth, subtracting all the bad mortgages and loans and losses.

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