[mis-kal-kyuh-leyt] /mɪsˈkæl kyəˌleɪt/

verb (used with or without object), miscalculated, miscalculating.
to or judge incorrectly:
to miscalculate the time required.
(transitive) to calculate wrongly

1720, from mis- (1) + calculation.

1705; from mis- (1) + calculate. Related: Miscalculated; miscalculating.


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