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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
reckon /'rekən/
  • ngoại động từ
    • tính, đếm
      • to reckon the cost: tính phí tổn
    • ((thường) + among, in) tính vào, kể vào, liệt vào, tính đến, kể đến
      • to reckon someone among the great writers: kể (liệt) ai vào số những nhà văn lớn
      • I've reckoned that in: tôi đã tính (kể) đến điều đó
    • coi
      • this book is reckoned as the best of the year: quyển sách này được coi là quyển sách hay nhất trong năm
      • to be reckoned a clever man: được coi là một người thông minh
    • cho là, đoán
      • I reckon it will rain: tôi cho là trời sẽ mưa
      • I reckon he is forty: tôi đoán là ông ta bốn mươi tuổi
  • nội động từ
    • tính, đếm
      • to learn to reckon: học tính
      • reckoning from today: tính (kể) từ ngày hôm nay
    • (+ on, upon) dựa vào, tin cậy vào, trông cậy vào
      • to reckon upon someone's friendship: trông cậy vào tình bạn của ai
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) nghĩ, tưởng
      • he is very clever, I reckon: hắn ta thông minh lắm, tôi nghĩ vậy
    • to reckon up
      • cộng lại, tính tổng cộng, tính gộp cả lại
    • to reckon up the bill: cộng tất cả các khoản trên hoá đơn
    • to reckon with
      • tính toán đến; thanh toán ((nghĩa đen) & (nghĩa bóng))
    • to reckon with somebody: tính đến ai; thanh toán với ai
    • to reckon without one's host
      • (xem) host
Concise Dictionary
+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

Thesaurus Dictionary
1 Often, reckon up. calculate, compute, add (up), figure (up), tally (up), sum up, total (up), work out or up:
If you reckon up the bill, I'll pay it at once.
2 include, count, number, enumerate, list, name, consider, account, judge, deem, look upon, regard, view, think of, hold, gauge, estimate, appraise, value, rank, rate, class:
I have always reckoned Arthur as being among my closest friends.
3 suppose, think, assume, presume, dare say, venture, imagine, fancy, consider, conclude, be of the opinion, US or colloq guess:
She reckoned that no one could accuse her of idle chatter.
4 reckon on or upon. count on, rely on, depend on, lean on, trust in, take for granted, Colloq bank on:
I was reckoning on your help, and I hope you won't disappoint me
5 reckon with.
(a) settle (accounts) with, take care of, look after, see or attend to, deal with, handle, pay attention to, think about:
I have to go now, but I'll reckon with you later.
(b) take into account or consideration, consider, contemplate, account for, remember, bear in mind:
He thought he had got away with it, but he failed to reckon with Inspector Harris of the CID.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ verb
1 (informal) to think sth or have an opinion about sth: [V (that)] I reckon (that) I'm going to get that job. + (spoken) He'll be famous one day. What do you reckon (= do you agree)? + [V] It's worth a lot of money, I reckon. + (spoken) 'They'll never find out.' 'You reckon?' (= I think you may be wrong about that)
2 (be reckoned) (not used in the progressive tenses) to be generally considered to be sth: [VN to inf] Children are reckoned to be more sophisticated nowadays. + [VN-N] It was generally reckoned a success. [also VN-ADJ]
3 [V to inf] (informal) to expect to do sth: We reckon to finish by ten. + He wasn't reckoning to pay so much.
4 ~ sth (at sth) to calculate an amount, a number, etc: [VN] I could see him reckoning the cost as I spoke. + The age of the earth is reckoned at about 4 600 million years. + [V (that)] They reckon (that) their profits are down by at least 20%. + [VN to inf] The journey was reckoned to take about two hours.
Help Note: This pattern is usually used in the passive. [also VN that]
Phrasal Verbs: reckon on sth to expect sth to happen or to rely on sth happening: They hadn't reckoned on a rebellion. + [+ -ing] We'd reckoned on having good weather.
reckon sth<->up (especially BrE) to calculate the total amount or number of sth: He reckoned up the cost of everything in his mind.
reckon with sb/sth
1 [usually passive] to consider or treat sb/sth as a serious opponent, problem, etc: They were already a political force to be reckoned with.
2 (usually used in negative sentences) to consider sth as a possible problem that you should be prepared for: [+ -ing] I didn't reckon with getting caught up in so much traffic.
reckon without sb/sth (especially BrE) to not consider sb/sth as a possible problem that you should be prepared for: They had reckoned without the determination of the opposition.

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