Definition of recalculation in English:

recalculation

noun

  • See recalculate

    • ‘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.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘Doing that will require some recalculations regarding focus and the allocation of resources, which is never easy in the midst of an election year.’
    • ‘The recalculation of tax liabilities can be quite substantial - and run into tens of thousands of pounds.’
    • ‘This effectively fills the gap through a series of pen and paper recalculations.’

Pronunciation

recalculation

/riːkalkjʊˈleɪʃ(ə)n/