Definition of 'reckon'
Example sentences containing 'reckon'
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He reckons the new ban on letting agents charging up-front fees will make life easier for renters. The Sun (2016)Producers reckon he'll go down well with viewers. The Sun (2016)In winter there are reckoned to be about 500 individuals here. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Worldwide, he reckons, maybe about ten. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He reckoned it would take another ten years to finish the biography. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She reckons going running is helping her to deal with the stress of organising her wedding as well. The Sun (2010)He was thrilled by the idea of getting stuck back into a couple of asset classes that he reckoned were going cheap. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Annual sales are reckoned to be about 80m. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I reckon they must want to get kicked out. The Sun (2013)I reckon they just about did it. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I reckon it could take five years. The Sun (2009)I reckon that will go up in value. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I reckon he can go all the way to the top. The Sun (2008)While these painful realities must be reckoned with, there are brighter points in our shared history as well. Christianity Today (2000)We did do the maths and we both reckoned we were going to lose quite a lot just because of the way the membership renewal works. Times, Sunday Times (2016)My new producer reckons I should shave off my beard. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I reckon we have about five hours to get to Birmingham to get in the air. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I reckon that about 50 per cent of them like a flutter on other matches. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I knew how hard he had worked to make a success of his new life and reckoned he deserved a few moments of glory. KANDAHAR COCKNEY: A Tale of Two Worlds (2004)The cost to taxpayers of monitoring him round-the-clock is reckoned to be about 100,000 a week. The Sun (2012)She knew hardly anyone, but reckoned that there must be a story behind each of the 116 doors. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But he must have reckoned they would still be good enough to see off the plucky League Two outfit. The Sun (2012)And the new Boro chief reckons if bosses cannot take the heat they should go FISHING instead! The Sun (2006)If we got organised, I reckon we could take the place. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I reckon I must be the owner of the biggest slipper in the world. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'reckon'
British English: reckon /ˈrɛkən/ VERB
If you reckon that something is true, you think that it is true.
She reckoned that it must be about three o'clock.
- American English: believe
- 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
- European 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
Definition of reckon from the Collins English Dictionary
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