V. To believe.
V. To contend with, to compete against.
"I reckon that there are twenty four hours in a day. Anyone think I'm wrong?"

"The man was quite a force to be reckoned with, as he had many good friends in the business."
by Iskar March 29, 2004
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To think, suppose, stipulate.
I reckon it'll take three hours to get to Birmingham.

What do you reckon we'll have to do to convince him?

Rain tomorrow, d'you reckon?
by Mad Sloth March 28, 2004
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1. to judge , to consider
2. to think
3. to estimate
I don't reckon your chances of success.

I reckon I can fly.
by agata January 9, 2005
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To 'reckon' is to think or believe something.
2. Agree something is right.
1. Skateboarder 1 : "Reckon I'm gunna land a crooked grind on this steep-ass handrail?"
Skateboarder 2 :"I reckon you'll get nailed, but try it anyway."
AFTER
2. Skateboarder 1 : "Do you reckon that I never had a hope in hell of doing it?"
Skateboarder 2 : "I reckon!"
by Diego August 15, 2003
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Used as an exclamation to express disbelief. Usually spoken with deliberate excess emphasis on both syllables.
"I had it off with Mary last night!"

"Yeah, reckon."
by JohnnyMalaria January 23, 2005
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if one reckons they think they are above everyone else, they think that they are cool.
Shvedds reckons himself
by Will Castle April 20, 2006
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