What do you reckon?
Do you reckon you can learn ’em anything?
“No—no—I reckon it wouldn’t hardly do, Ben.
Some studies reckon inequality is mildly bad for growth.
I reckon he can stand a little thing like that, can’t he?”
The shares cost £1 each - a year from now I reckon it will surely be bust.
So far, Nat’s What I Reckon has mostly been monetised through a merchandising line.
“Jim,” says he, “I reckon we're fouled, you and me, and we'll have to sign articles.
“Well, it ain’t your fault if you haven’t, Silas; you’d a done it if you could, I reckon.
Wonks at the World Bank reckon that Sub-Saharan Africa’s economy will expand by about 5% this year.
And that's going to be something for the international community to reckon with in the years to come."
In his framework they must reckon with many profiles, representing preferences that the people could have.
That has irritated those in Kilmarnock, who reckon its heritage should have been part of that tourism trail.
KEYNESIANs reckon that in the 1930s the economies of both the United States and the UK were caught in a liquidity trap.
Out of all which we may define, (that is to say determine,) what that is, which is meant by this word Reason, when wee reckon it amongst the Faculties of the mind.
Following the Capitol siege, however, the Department of Defense is finally being forced to reckon with extremists within the military's ranks after years of warnings.
Some reckon that each $1 increase in the wealth of the median household leads to a five cents increase in its yearly consumption; others reckon the impact of the extra dollar may be as little as one cent.
In the past eight and a half years, the tech giant upended the mobile market, devastating the then-dominant BlackBerry and forcing the entire industry to reckon with innovations like a touchscreen interface, haptic feedback and an integrated music store.
“No,” says the old man, “I reckon there ain’t going to be any; and you couldn’t go if there was; because the runaway nigger told Burton and me all about that scandalous show, and Burton said he would tell the people; so I reckon they’ve drove the owdacious loafers out of town before this time.”
Thirdly, we bring into account, the Properties of our own bodies, whereby we make such distinction: as when any thing is Seen by us, we reckon not the thing it selfe; but the Sight, the Colour, the Idea of it in the fancy: and when any thing is Heard, wee reckon it not; but the Hearing, or Sound onely, which is our fancy or conception of it by the Eare: and such are names of fancies.
- expect, believe, or suppose
- judge to be probable
- deem to be
- make a mathematical calculation or computation
- have faith or confidence in
- take account of
Example: You have to reckon with our opponents
On this page, there are 20 sentence examples for reckon. They are all from high-quality sources and constantly processed by lengusa's machine learning routines.
Just use the " " button to fragment sentence examples and start your learning flow.
Example output from one of your searches:
Thirdly we bring into account the Properties of our own bodies whereby we make such distinction as when any thing is Seen by us we reckon not the thing it selfe but the Sight the Colour the Idea of it in the fancy and when any thing is Heard wee reckon it not but the Hearing or Sound onely which is our fancy or conception of it by the Eare and such are names of fancies