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recalculate

[ree-kal-kyuh-leyt] /riˈkæl kyəˌleɪt/
verb (used with object), recalculated, recalculating.
1.
to calculate again, especially for the purpose of finding an error or confirming a previous computation.
Origin
1615-1625
1615-25; re- + calculate
Related forms
recalculation, noun
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  • But when your case is dismissed the lender will recalculate what you owe based on the contract rate.
  • For example, oil companies are required to recalculate the viability of their reserves each year, using the oil price at year-end.
  • All they did was take figures from other studies and recalculate it.
  • Instead of crashing down the stairs, for instance, the robot would recalculate to find the door.
  • These certifications are required for companies that elect to recalculate benefits or administrative expenses.
  • Because your tax situation may change, you may want to recalculate your withholding each year.
  • As new sequences are added, it becomes an easy matter to recalculate the tables.
British Dictionary definitions for recalculate

recalculate

/riːˈkælkjʊˌleɪt/
verb (transitive)
1.
to calculate (a total, sum, etc) again
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