לְחַשֵׁב, לִסְבּוֹר, לַחשׁוֹב, לַעֲשׂוֹת חֶשְׁבּוֹן
- לְחַשֵׁבלהתחשבחשבון נפשמעריך
Verb(1) expect, believe, or suppose(2) judge to be probable(3) deem to be(4) make a mathematical calculation or computation(5) have faith or confidence in(6) take account of
(1) I reckon to get away by two-thirty(2) I want everybody to give me a second chance, and reckon me as a friend.(3) The analysts reckon consumer demand for laptops and notepads was behind the modest upturn.(4) I reckon this happens a lot more than most people believe.(5) If bond prices rise, it could imply that experts reckon economic conditions are deteriorating.(6) Even if you manage to find a bargain, seasoned gemstone collectors reckon that you may need to hold the stones for as long as ten years to get a decent return.(7) I reckon I can manage that(8) the society can reckon among its members males of the royal blood(9) Bernie is aware of the danger, but doesn't reckon there will be a repeat performance.(10) Analysts reckon the business could be worth around Ôö¼├║100m, says the paper.(11) Some 5-10 million machines will be produced next year, analysts reckon .(12) I don't reckon his chances(13) the sooner the better, I reckon(14) I reckon he's here(15) Additionally, some experts reckon that many Britons have lost their basic kitchen skills!(16) I always reckon there should be at least one impulse buy when looking for plants.
(1) reckon on :: לִסְמוֹך
1. calculate ::
2. include ::
3. believe ::
4. regard as ::
5. expect to ::
6. count ::
7. suppose ::
8. figure ::
9. view ::
Different Formsreckon, reckoned, reckoning, reckonings, reckons
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