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单词 reckon
释义 reckon 2 ENTRIES FOUND: reckon (verb) reckoning (noun) reckon /ˈrɛkən/ verb reckons; reckoned; reckoning reckon /ˈrɛkən/ verb reckons; reckoned; reckoning Learner's definition of RECKON [+ object] 1  informal : to think or suppose (something) : to believe that (something) is true or possible料想;认为 I reckon that we'll have to leave early.我认为我们得早点离开。 Do you reckon you'll be able to go to the grocery store after work?你认为你下班后能去杂货店吗? We'll have to leave early, I reckon.我们得早些离开,我认为。 “Do you think it will rain?” “(I) Reckon so.” [=I think it will]“你觉得会下雨吗?”“我想会的。” 2  : to calculate or guess (an amount, number, value, etc.) : to have or form a general idea about (something)估计;估算 They reckoned that they would reach their destination by noon.他们估计正午前会到达目的地。 I reckon [=estimate] the height of the building to be 70 feet.我估计那栋楼有70英尺高。 Losses were reckoned to be over a million dollars.据估算,损失超过一百万美元。 3  : to think of (someone or something) as being something specified把…看作 — usually used as (be) reckoned通常用作(be) reckoned She was reckoned [=considered] to be among the group's leaders. = She was reckoned as one of the group's leaders.她被视作团队的领导之一。 reckon on [phrasal verb] reckon on (something) : to expect (something) to happen : to plan on (something)指望;预计;预料 The train was an hour late, which was something we hadn't reckoned on.火车晚点了一个小时,这是我们没估计到的。 She reckoned on winning the election. [=she expected to win the election]她指望着赢得选举。 reckon up [phrasal verb] reckon up (something) or reckon (something) up chiefly British : to calculate the total number or amount of (something)总计;合计 He reckoned up the bill.他合计了账单金额。 reckon with [phrasal verb] 1  reckon with (something) : to consider or think about (something) when you are making plans考虑到;估计到 They hadn't reckoned with all the paperwork that went along with buying a new house.他们没有考虑到购买新房需要这么多文件。 2  reckon with (someone or something) : to deal with (someone or something that can cause problems or trouble)对付(某人);处理,解决(某事物) Anyone who tries to change the system will have to reckon with me. = Anyone who tries to change the system will have me to reckon with. [=I will oppose/fight anyone who tries to change the system]任何企图改变这个体系的人都得先过我这关。 ◊ If you are a person/force to be reckoned with or a person/force to reckon with, you are someone who is strong and cannot be ignored.不容忽视的人(或力量);不可小觑的人(或力量) When he won his first three matches, the other players realized that he was a force/man to be reckoned with.当他赢得前三场比赛后,其他选手都意识到他不可小觑。 reckon without [phrasal verb] reckon without (something or someone) chiefly British : to fail to consider (something or someone) when making plans没有考虑到(某事物或某人) They thought they could defeat him, but they reckoned without his determination.他们自认为能够打败他,却没有考虑到他的决心。
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