动词过去式:reckoned 过去分词:reckoned 现在分词:reckoning 第三人称单数:reckons
1 [Tn.pr, Tf, Cn.a esp passive 尤用于被动语态, Cn.n esp passive 尤用于被动语态, Cn.n/a esp passive 尤用于被动语态, Cn.t esp passive 尤用于被动语态] ~ sb/sth among sth; ~ sb/sth as sth (infml 口) (not used in the continuous tenses 不用于进行时态) be of the opinion or consider that sb/sth is as specified 认为某人[某事物]是...
*We reckon her among our best reporters. 我们认为她是我们最好的记者.
* I reckon (that) he is too old for the job. 我认为他年龄太大, 不适于做这工作.
* The price was reckoned high. 价钱未免太高了.
* She is reckoned (to be) the cleverest pupil in the class. 她是班上最聪明的学生.
* One quarter of the country is reckoned as unproductive. 全国四分之一的土地是不毛之地.
2 (a) [Tf no passive 不用于被动语态] (infml 口) assume; think 假定; 想; 思忖; 认为
*I reckon we'll go next week. 我想我们下星期去.
* The news won't worry her, I reckon. 我看这消息不会使她不安.
* What do you reckon our chances are of arriving on time? 你认为我们有没有可能按时到达?
(b) [Tf, Tt] calculate (time, price, age, etc) approximately; guess 约略地计算（时间、价格、年龄等）; 猜想
*I reckon it will cost about 100. 我估计大约要100英镑.
* We reckon to arrive in Delhi at noon. 我们估计正午抵达德里.
3 [Tn] find out (the quantity, number, cost, etc) by using numbers; calculate 算出（数量、数目、费用等）; 计算
*reckon the total volume of imports 计算进口商品的总量
* Hire charges are reckoned from the date of delivery. 租金由货到之日起计算.
4 (phr v) reckon sth in include sth in a calculation 将某事物计算在内
*When you did your expenses, did you reckon in your taxi fares? 你计算费用时, 把计程车费算进去了吗? reckon on sb/sth base one's plans on sb doing sth or on sth happening; rely on sb/sth 指望或依赖某人[某事物]
*Can I reckon on you to help? 你能帮助我吗?
* We're reckoning on moving house in May. 我们指望着五月份搬家.
* You can't always reckon on (having) good weather. 总依赖（有）好天气是靠不住的. reckon sth up find the sum or total of sth; count sth up 计算; 结算
*reckon up bills, accounts, costs, etc 结算帐单、帐目、费用等. reckon with sb/sth take sb/sth into account; consider sb/sth as important考虑到或重视某人[某事物]
*They had many difficulties to reckon with. 他们有许多困难要考虑.
* a force, fact,person to be reckoned with, ie that cannot be ignored不可忽视的力量、事实、人物. reckon without sb/sth not take sb/sth into account; not consider sb/sth as important 未考虑到或未重视某人[某事物]
*We wanted a quiet holiday, but we had reckoned without the children. 我们原想安安静静地度假, 却没有把孩子考虑在内.
v [T not in progressive]
[Language: Old English;Origin:
gerecenian 'to tell, explain'
]spoken especially BrE
to think or suppose somethingreckon (that) Do you reckon he'll agree to see us? The police reckon that whoever killed Dad was with him earlier that day. 'There's nothing we can do about it.' 'You reckon (=used to express doubt or disagreement) ?'
to guess a number or amount, without calculating it exactlyreckon (that) We reckon that sitting in traffic jams costs us around $9 billion a year in lost output.reckon sth to be sth The average selling price for flats in the area was reckoned to be around £11,000. [usually passive]
to think that someone or something is a particular kind of person or thingbe reckoned to be sth The Lowsons were reckoned to be very good farmers. Moving house is reckoned to be nearly as stressful as divorce.be reckoned as sth An earthquake of magnitude 7 is reckoned as a major quake.formal
to calculate an amount The expression 'full moon' means the fourteenth day of the moon reckoned from its first appearance.reckon on
[reckon on sth] phr v
to expect something to happen, when you are making plans We were reckoning on a profit of about half a million a year.reckon on doing sth I was reckoning on getting at least 60% of the votes.reckon up
[reckon sth⇔up] phr v
to add up amounts, costs etc in order to get a total
= calculate Pat was reckoning up the cost of everything in her mind.reckon with /
[reckon with sb/sth] phr vsb/sth to be reckoned with
someone or something that is powerful and must be regarded seriously as a possible opponent, competitor, danger etc Barcelona will be a force to be reckoned with this season. The principal was certainly a woman to be reckoned with.not reckon with sb/sth
to not consider a possible problem when you are making plans I had not reckoned with the excitement in the popular press.have sb/sth to reckon with
to have to deal with someone or something powerful Any invader would have the military might of NATO to reckon with.reckon without /
[reckon without sb/sth] phr v
if you are reckoning without something, you do not expect it and are not prepared for it They doubted that Fiona could finish the course, but they reckoned without her determination.
1. We reckon her among our best reporters. 我们认为她是我们最好的记者.
2. He began to reckon up his time: he started on Monday and today was Friday; five days, from seven to five, less half an hour for breakfast and an hour for dinner, eight and a half hours a day -- forty-two hours and a half in all. 他开始计算自己的工钱：他从星期一开始干活，今天是星期五，共五天，早七点到下午五点，除去不到半小时的早饭时间，一个小时的午饭时间，一天干八个半小时，一共是四十二个半小时。
3. One pessimistic visitor shrugged and said, "I reckon it's just a matter of time before someone has a try, isn't it?" 一名悲观的参观者耸耸肩说："我认为，有没有人胆敢试试只是个时间问题，不是吗？"
4. Four sons were born between what one would reckon to be 1750 and 1760. 应该是在1750至1760年之间，这家生了四个儿子。