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reckon

US [ˈrekən]
UK ['rekən]
  • v.认为;想;估计;计算
  • Web总计;估算;数
Simple Present:reckons  Present Participle:reckoning  Past Tense:reckoned  
reckon
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v.
1.
[t][i]
(informal)
~ (that)…
想;认为to think sth or have an opinion about sth
I reckon (that) I'm going to get that job.
我认为我会得到那份工作。
He'll be famous one day. What do you reckon(= do you agree) ?
总有一天,他会成为名人的。你觉得呢?
It's worth a lot of money, I reckon.
我想这值很多钱。
‘They'll never find out.’ ‘ You reckon? ’(= I think you may be wrong about that.)
“他们永远不会发现。”“是吗?”
2.
[t]
被普遍认为是;被看作是to be generally considered to be sth
Children are reckoned to be more sophisticated nowadays.
人们认为今天的孩子比过去世故。
It was generally reckoned a success.
大家都认为那是一次成功。
3.
[t]
(informal)
~ to do sth
料想;预计;指望to expect to do sth
We reckon to finish by ten.
我们预计十点钟以前结束。
4.
[t]
估算;估计;计算to calculate an amount, a number, etc.
The age of the earth is reckoned at about 4 600 million years.
估计地球的年龄大约为 46 亿年。
They reckon (that) their profits are down by at least 20%.
他们估计利润至少下降了 20%。
The journey was reckoned to take about two hours.
路上估计要花大约两个小时。

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