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Noun
The action or process of calculating or estimating something
“Kushyar's Principles of Hindu reckoning was written about 1000 AD.”
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A person's opinion or judgement
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“Fragrant, aromatic whites seem to go best by my reckoning but there's plenty of scope for simple, fruity reds too.”
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The avenging or punishing of past mistakes or misdeeds
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“In a political sense, there will be a reckoning and it will not be too far off.”
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(archaic) A bill, especially at an inn or tavern
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“Legend has it that he and his killer, Ingram Frazier, were fighting over the inn's reckoning. Then, as now, disagreements about footing the bill can be fatal.”
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An estimate or conclusion formed by guessing
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The amount of money expected, required, or given in payment for something
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An estimate or forecast of a future situation based on a study of present trends
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The action or process of paying someone or something or of being paid
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Judging
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A statement of charges, especially when used as proof of purchase
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A grievance or grudge
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The development and use of a system for recording and analyzing the financial transactions and financial status of a business or other organization
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The climax or outcome of events
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The thought processes leading to accepted theories or solutions
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The process of equating one thing with another
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A definite or clear expression of something in speech or writing
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Verb
To hold an opinion
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“Bernie is aware of the danger, but doesn't reckon there will be a repeat performance.”
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Present participle for to establish by calculation
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“Every company that wishes to operate profitably must reckon the costs of its manpower as meticulously as it does the costs of its other factors of production.”
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Present participle for to comprehend or form an understanding of something
“The crowd at the back began pushing, not able to reckon what was the holdup.”
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Present participle for to include someone or something in (a class or group)
“The society can reckon among its members males of the royal blood.”
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Present participle for to consider or regard in a specified way
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“I want everybody to give me a second chance, and reckon me as a friend.”
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Present participle for to expect something to happen or to do a particular thing
“I reckon he will ditch me and you just as soon as he can.”
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Present participle for to form an understanding or conclusion from something
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Present participle for to measure or appraise the value, amount, level or quality of something
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Present participle for to arrive at an answer through logic or arithmetic
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Present participle for to call or describe someone or something in a particular way
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Present participle for to assign or regard as belonging to a particular category
Adjective
Having reliance on somebody or something
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