reckon with

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English - Turkish
göz önünde tutmak
(Fiili Deyim ) ile hesaplaşmak
dikkate almak
hesaba katmak
-i hesaba katmak, -i dikkate almak
English - English
To deal with

We'll reckon with him after the deed is done.

To take into account

I didn't reckon with his stubbornness.

To settle accounts with or to settle claims with

After a long time the lord of those servants cometh, and reckoneth with them. Matt. xxv. 19.

If you say that there is someone or something to be reckoned with, you mean that they must be dealt with and it will be difficult. This act was a signal to his victim's friends that he was someone to be reckoned with
If you say that you had not reckoned with something, you mean that you had not expected it and so were not prepared for it. Giles had not reckoned with the strength of Sally's feelings for him. = bargain for, bargain on
consider; deal with, take into account
reckon with


    reck·on with

    Turkish pronunciation

    rekın wîdh


    /ˈrekən wəᴛʜ/ /ˈrɛkən wɪð/


    [ 're-k&n ] (verb.) 13th century. Middle English rekenen, from Old English -recenian ; akin to Old English reccan.

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