Reckoning

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Reckoning

1. See: Bill.

2. See: Account.

3. Informal; an estimation.
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In the first of our Valued Added Toon series, we put Alan Shearer under microscope and reckoned he would fetch PS75million in the modern market.
NEW Birmingham City owner Carson Yeung has been raising eyebrows at the club by sporting a fur coat reckoned to have cost him pounds 30,000 from a Paris boutique.
3 : to regard or think of as : consider <She was reckoned among the leaders.
Two per cent even reckoned a shared meal under the sheets was unromantic.
88 per cent felt practising with parents could complement professional lessons and 84 per cent reckoned those who had lessons with parents passed more quickly