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reckon

verb [T]  /ˈrek·ən/ us  

reckon verb [T] (CALCULATE)

to calculate an amount based on facts or on your expectations: Do you reckon this watch has a little value? [+ that clause] Brusca reckons that the value of all goods and services produced declined last quarter.

reckon verb [T] (CONSIDER)

to consider or have the opinion that something is as stated: She reckoned they were both equally responsible. She was widely reckoned to be the best actress of her generation. I reckon I better get goin’ now.
reckoning
noun [U]  /ˈrek·ə·nɪŋ/ us  
By my reckoning, we should get there in another hour or so.
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