let it be; let it pass; forget about it; forget it

hash rate (digital currency mining)

fortune-telling; to tell fortune

to reckon (accounting); to balance an account; (fig.) to settle an account; to get one's revenge

to count numbers; to keep to one's word; to hold (i.e. to remain valid); to count (i.e. to be important)

at last; finally; in the end; now; after all; considered (to be); to regard (as); to count (as)

arithmetic; sums (mathematics as primary school subject)

arithmetic; algorithm; method of calculation

to reckon; to calculate; to plan; to expect; to scheme

(of sb's words) to count; can be trusted

does not count for anything; of no account

you got me!; you win!; you are something!

formula in mathematics; arithmetic formula

(coll.) (I, you etc) have what status; who am I (you etc)

who do (you) think (you) are?; who does (he, she etc) think (he, she) is?

arithmetic series (such as 2+4+6+8+...)

final account; to calculate the final bill; (fig.) to draw up plans to deal with sth

to calculate; to weigh (pros and cons); to view as profitable; worthwhile; value for money; cost-effective

worthwhile; to be a good deal; to be a bargain; to reckon up; to calculate

to miscalculate; miscalculation

mental arithmetic; to calculate in one's head; planning; preparation

finally; in the end; at long last; all things considered; considering everything; on the whole

to plan; plan; to think; to intend; intention; to mean; to calculate; calculation

to convert (between currencies)

to convert; conversion; (in accounting, referring to currency conversion) translation

to count with one's fingers; on the spot calculation

to calculate; to reckon; to extrapolate (in calculation)

to take measurements and calculate

to settle accounts; to clear accounts; to liquidate; to expose and criticize

to calculate; to perform calculations

to plot; to scheme; to calculate

to do a sum in writing; written calculation

to calculate (using bamboo tokens on a counting board); to count beads; (fig.) to budget; to plan (an investment)

to settle a bill; to close an account

odds of success; stratagem that ensures success; to be sure of success

to count; to calculate; to compute

to recalculate; to reckon again

to verify a calculation; a double-check

mental arithmetic; to figure out

it isn't worth it; not cost-effective; not profitable; too expensive

(lit.) small abacus; (fig.) selfish calculations; bean-counting

to compute on the abacus; (fig.) to calculate; to plan; to scheme

calculator; calculating machine

computer; (Tw) calculator

spreadsheet; trial balance (accountancy)

to have the final say; to be the one in charge

(math.) expression (arithmetic, Boolean etc)

inverse operation; inverse calculation

ternary operator (computing)

back propagation algorithm

counting one's chickens before they are hatched

to count on one's fingers

settlement terms (accountancy, law)

computational mathematics; numerical mathematics

to keep one's promise; to mean what one says

to do as promised; to be as good as one's word; to honor one's word; to mean what one says

rules of calculation (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division); algorithm; (fig.) to scheme; to calculate (i.e. plot)

computational complexity (math.)

computer-readable; machine-readable

laptop; notebook (computer)

computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM)