[ US /ɹiˌkæɫkjəˈɫeɪʃən/ ]
[ UK /ɹɪkˌælkjʊlˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
  1. the act of calculating again (usually to eliminate errors or to include additional data)
    recalculation yielded a much larger value
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How To Use recalculation In A Sentence

  • A recalculation of the rate of retreat back then has allowed scientists to predict today's rates. The Sun
  • The recalculation of tax liabilities can be quite substantial - and run into tens of thousands of pounds.
  • But after each discussion and transference and cameras parameters change one has to do recalculation, calculate and compare several variants of cameras placement.
  • The department's separate recalculation of the cash deposit rate cut the countervailing duty to nine per cent and the anti-dumping levy to four per cent.
  • This control is also useful for any kind of cross-tabulated or grid-based data entry, especially when you need to use formulas with automatic recalculation.
  • recalculation yielded a much larger value
  • Doing that will require some recalculations regarding focus and the allocation of resources, which is never easy in the midst of an election year.
  • This effectively fills the gap through a series of pen and paper recalculations.
  • The financial impact of the growth recalculation could be felt in restrictions on public money to fund front-line services, or demands for higher taxes or government borrowing.
  • The more nodes in the render tree that need recalculation, the worse it becomes.
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