Definition Of reckons
conclude after calculation; be of the opinion.
he reckons that the army should pull out entirely
establish by counting or calculation; calculate.
his debts were reckoned at $300,000
rely on or be sure of doing, having, or dealing with.
they had reckoned on a day or two more of privacy
Example Of reckons
‘What do you reckon on this place?’ she asked
But he hadn't reckoned on the opposition of the local community and their parish-wide fight to preserve the house as a tourist attraction.
But one local resident reckons that's not the case and insists a survey carried out last year said the trees could last another 50 years.
But the German state of Saxony alone puts the damage caused by the floods there at 16 billion euros; Austria reckons on a cleanup bill of 2 billion euros; the Czech Republic 3 billion and Hungary and Slovakia over 100 million.
Byrne now reckons it was not such a bad time to set up in business.