cal´cu|lat´ed|ly


cal´cu|lat´ed|ly
cal|cu|lat|ed «KAL kyuh LAY tihd», adjective.
1. determined by computation: »

the calculated speed of sound.

2. planned or intended: »

a calculated attempt to deceive.

3. fitted; suited; apt; likely: »

Never had man so many relations so little calculated to inspire confidence (Robert Southey).

cal´cu|lat´ed|ly, adverb.

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  • cal|cu|lat|ed — «KAL kyuh LAY tihd», adjective. 1. determined by computation: »the calculated speed of sound. 2. planned or intended: »a calculated attempt to deceive. 3. fitted; suited; apt; likely: »Never had man so many re …   Useful english dictionary

  • cal·cu·lat·ed — …   Useful english dictionary

  • cal´cu|lat´ing|ly — cal|cu|lat|ing «KAL kyuh LAY tihng», adjective. 1. able to calculate; that calculates. 2. shrewd and careful; astute. SYNONYM(S): clever, cunning. 3. scheming and selfish: »He was calculating and mercenary (M. Edgeworth). SYNONYM(S) …   Useful english dictionary

  • cal|cu|lat|ing — «KAL kyuh LAY tihng», adjective. 1. able to calculate; that calculates. 2. shrewd and careful; astute. SYNONYM(S): clever, cunning. 3. scheming and selfish: »He was calculating and mercenary (M. Edgeworth). SYNONYM(S) …   Useful english dictionary

  • cal|cu|lat|ed risk — «KAL kyuh LAY tihd», a possibility of failure or reversal that is accepted as unavoidable in an undertaking: »Several writers have emphasized that any use of atomic energy entails a calculated risk, no less than those features of modern… …   Useful english dictionary

  • cal·cu·lat·ing — …   Useful english dictionary

  • cal — (Del lat. calx). 1. f. Óxido de calcio. Sustancia alcalina de color blanco o blanco grisáceo que, al contacto del agua, se hidrata o se apaga, con desprendimiento de calor, y, mezclada con arena, forma la argamasa o mortero. 2. Nombre con que se… …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • cal — abi·o·log·i·cal; adre·no·cor·ti·cal; aero·bi·o·log·i·cal; aero·chem·i·cal; aero·log·i·cal; aero·med·i·cal; aero·nau·ti·cal; aero·phys·i·cal; aero·tech·ni·cal; aes·thet·i·cal·ly; afo·cal; ag·a·tho·kak·o·log·i·cal; ag·nat·i·cal·ly;… …   English syllables

  • Cal — (Del lat. vulgar cals < lat. calx.) ► sustantivo femenino 1 QUÍMICA Óxido de calcio, sólido, amorfo y blanco, que se obtiene por calcinación de las piedras calizas. SINÓNIMO [cal viva] FRASEOLOGÍA cal apagada o hidratada Polvo blanco soluble… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • lat — ac·co·lat·ed; acous·ti·co·lat·er·al; ada·lat; aero·phi·lat·e·list; aero·phi·lat·e·ly; am·bi·lat·er·al; an·tero·lat·er·al; bal·lat; be·lat·ed; bi·lat·er·al; bi·lat·er·al·ism; bi·lat·er·al·is·tic; bi·lat·er·al·i·ty; bos·se·lat·ed;… …   English syllables


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