precompute


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precompute

(ˌpriːkəmˈpjuːt)
adj
(Banking & Finance) in which annual interest on a loan is computed in advance and either removed in advance from the total sum of the loan given or automatically built into monthly repayments
vb (tr)
1. (Banking & Finance) to compute in advance (annual interest on a loan) and either remove it in advance from the total sum of the loan given or automatically build it into monthly repayments
2. (Mathematics) (in maths) to compute or calculate in advance
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