Meanwhile, the consequences of putting the new FOBs—Friends of Barack—in our most desirable embassies is hard to calculate.
He advocates, in utter seriousness, using demographic data to calculate the number of potential mates in your geographic area.
In some parts of the world it's virtually impossible to calculate the number of executions.
He learned to calculate using methods popularized in Spain by Coto, the 2008 overall winner and a speed-calculation author.
I'm not trying to calculate the perihelion of Jupiter or do 3D renderings of the National Cathedral.
Even to calculate on a mans death and make arrangements for filling his place is justly esteemed indecorous and unfeeling.
She lost her reason at the age of sixteen, and she is now thirty-four; you can calculate!
I did not think I was robbed; because the money, when we came to calculate, was all right.
Of how far Will, in another man, may carry him, I dare not judge or calculate.
As in summer it often rises to 99 degrees, we may calculate a range of temperature of 150 degrees.
1560s, "to compute, to estimate by mathematical means," from Latin calculatus, past participle of calculare "to reckon, compute," from calculus (see calculus). Meaning "to plan, devise" is from 1650s. Replaced earlier calculen (mid-14c.), from Old French calculer. Related: Calculable.