simple past tense and past participle of calculate
Able to be calculated.
Arrived at or determined by mathematical calculation; ascertained mathematically.
‘The calculated total appeared to be wrong.’;
That may be calculated or ascertained by calculation.
Carefully thought out or planned.
‘We made a calculated decision not to visit them on the first day, in case we seemed too eager.’; ‘A calculated campaign of disinformations’; ‘Tobacco companies develop carefully calculated media campaigns.’;
capable of being calculated or estimated;
‘a calculable risk’; ‘calculable odds’;
Worked out by calculation; as calculated tables for computing interest; ascertained or conjectured as a result of calculation; as, the calculated place of a planet; the calculated velocity of a cannon ball.
Adapted by calculation, contrivance. or forethought to accomplish a purpose; as, to use arts calculated to deceive the people; a calculated response.
Likely to produce a certain effect, whether intended or not; fitted; adapted; suited.
‘The only danger that attends multiplicity of publication is, that some of them may be calculated to injure rather than benefit society.’; ‘The minister, on the other hand, had never gone through an experience calculated to lead him beyond the scope of generally received laws’;
carefully thought out in advance;
‘a calculated insult’; ‘with measured irony’;
determined by mathematical computation;
‘the calculated velocity of a bullet’; ‘a derived value’;
Calculated is the only studio album by the American punk rock band Heavens to Betsy, released on March 21, 1994, by Kill Rock Stars. The album received positive reviews from critics.