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crunch (the) numbers

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcrunch (the) numberscrunch (the) numbersto do a lot of calculations in order to find an answer The computer will crunch all the numbers to determine the final score. crunch
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crunch (the) numbersLinked together, they can crunch numbers as fast as any mainframe, but at a fraction of the cost.She lived for the day when she could crunch numbers in the dry air of West Texas.One crunched numbers; they were very important to him.
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