Hindi translation of 'reckon'
reckon /ˈrekən ˈरेकन्/
Word forms: reckons, reckoning, reckoned
2. transitive verb
1. transitive verb
If you reckon that something is true, you think that it is true.[informal]
Toni reckoned that it must be about three o'clock.
2. transitive verb
If something is reckoned to be a particular figure, it is calculated to be roughly that amount.
अनुमान किया जाना
The figure is now reckoned to be 22,000.
If you had not reckoned with something, you had not expected it and so were not ready for it.
Giles had not reckoned with the strength of Sally's feelings for him.
If you refer to a person or force as someone or something to be reckoned with, you mean they will be difficult to deal with because they are quite powerful or skilful.
महत्वपूर्ण हो जाना
Women have become a force to be reckoned with.
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Example Sentences Including 'reckon'
Well, I'll tell you -- I reckon that's what he was going to pick up in the cocotiers the night he got killed.BLOOD IS DIRT (2002)
No, I reckon the dead must understand everything or else they understand nothing.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
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'reckon' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَحْسُبُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: calcular
- Chinese: 猜想
- Croatian: misliti
- Czech: domnívat se
- Danish: regne med
- Dutch: rekenen afgaan op
- European Spanish: opinar
- Finnish: olla jotain mieltä
- French: penser
- German: meinen
- Greek: λογαριάζω
- Italian: calcolare
- Japanese: 判断する
- Korean: 간주하다
- Norwegian: synes
- Polish: przypuścić przypuszczać
- Portuguese: calcular
- Romanian: a considera
- Russian: считать полагать
- Spanish: opinar
- Swedish: räkna ut
- Thai: คิดว่า พิจารณาว่า ถือว่า
- Turkish: düşünmek farkına varmak
- Ukrainian: вважати
- Vietnamese: nghĩ là
Translation of reckon from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary