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calculate (something) into (something)

To include a particular amount as one does calculations. When you submit your travel expenses for reimbursement, be sure to calculate gas into the total. Wait, I didn't calculate the tip into each person's total, so we need to give the server more money.
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calculate on (something)

To consider or think about something. He'll have an answer for you soon—he's been calculating on your offer for days.
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strategic method to coerce settlements and, less calculatingly, to
He loved to present himself as the enfant terrible of Dutch TV: messy, chain-smoking, outrageous, combining a student-like immature flair with a populist rhetoric calculatingly peppered with offensive language.
Labour's promise in its election manifesto to hold a referendum on whether to ratify this treaty has been calculatingly forgotten.
Exports from India could have increased some more, but the developed countries have meanwhile very calculatingly brought forth the environment issues and social clause (a set of core labor standard) to prevent the growth of exports from developing countries, and such a clause is nothing but a thinly veiled protectionist device.
It's a game of chess and each player is moving slowly and calculatingly.
To argue that Iran in possession of one nuclear weapon could erase Israel from the Mid-East is more than ridiculous, it belies common sense and it's calculatingly deceptive to arose fear in the Israeli population and in America since one nuclear weapon fired at Israel would result in the obliteration of many Iranian cities with their populations even as the winds of its own weapon blew over Iran.
It is what he quite calculatingly decided he would not tell that is so damning.
Those individuals who calculatingly and cold-bloodedly planned to murder men, women and children engaged in breaking their Ramadan fast, in hopes of killing a few Western diplomats, US Marines and CIA agents along with them, are not Muslims.
While some people will play with their hair, beard or any other item at hand to help focus attention and to do something with their hands, others tend to gesticulate or even more annoyingly others will punch their palms, but in most cases it is only the most focused and calculatingly articulate that don't need, whether consciously or not, some prop of some sort when trying to confidently articulate themselves.
It was a lie calculatingly engineered to cast aspersions on any of his victim's claims if they ever went to police.
Clearly she had this in mind the whole scene, and calculatingly planned to use it if necessary.
Brash assistant DA Willy Beachum (Ryan Gosling) thinks it's an open and shut case when he confesses - until clever Crawford calculatingly exploits legal loopholes to stay out of prison, in an intriguing thriller with plenty of twists.
Kate soon brings Zoe to work, where the girl begins learning some basics and, having turned up her nose at her aunt's fussy dishes, warms to the simple pastas calculatingly thrown together by Nick.
Chester himself brazenly concedes that American culture is "vulgar and obvious, full of gimmicks" and his stage productions are designed to calculatingly evoke feelings of sorrow from the audience.
10) Repeatedly singled out for their importance and ubiquity, merchants are the collective actors chiefly responsible for the Eurasian parallels and uniformities Goody insists prevailed over the course of more than four millennia, up to the time of Europe's late breakthrough to modern industrialization, Individualistically entrepreneurial, calculatingly rational, the purveyors of valued commodities and the conduits for cultural interchange and diffusion, merchants are seen by Goody to have functioned in a largely uniform manner--their diverse local milieux or variable structural locations notwithstanding--and to have imparted a comparable dynamism and organizational patterning to all the civilizations that followed in the legacy of the Bronze Age urban revolution.