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Something used for making mathematical calculations, in particular a small electronic device with a keyboard and a visual display.

*‘a pocket calculator’**‘In those days, mainframe computers were coming into usage and electronic calculators were also just appearing.’**‘Remember, he invented the pocket calculator and revolutionised personal computing.’**‘This is true of virtually all non-PC electronics devices, from calculators to hi-fi systems to most mobile phones.’**‘There is a currency converter and a calculator but no email client or text message chat.’**‘Displays on laptop computers, cell phones, watches, and calculators all rely on this technology.’**‘The fourth recommendation advocates the use of mathematical software or graphing calculators.’**‘And he had to do all the calculations the hard way, using pencil and paper, without the help of any computers or pocket calculators.’**‘In any event, the test of whether a spreadsheet could be useful to me is if it can be my pocket calculator.’**‘Why use Vedic mathematics when we have calculators and computers?’**‘She added that pupils learning to use the abacus could calculate faster than those using electric calculators.’**‘These calculators have done their part in making the use of computational devices in the classroom feasible.’**‘Well, there's a number of calculators online that you can begin with.’**‘The items included laptop computers, cameras, stereos, calculators and digital diaries.’**‘Some readers will remember when calculators, computers and digital watches were new products.’**‘They now have the benefit of hand held electronic calculators.’**‘Such tasks are best suited to readily available technological devices, such as calculators.’**‘Common batteries in watches, calculators and other devices are voltaic cells.’**‘Earlier, we had electro-mechanical calculators, using relays and vacuum tubes.’**‘Accounting enlists technology in the form of calculators and computers to assist in the processing of information.’**‘These days the world revolves around computers and calculators; somewhere the spirit of our heritage is being eroded.’*

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