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reck

 (rĕk)
tr. & intr.v. recked, reck·ing, recks Archaic
To take heed of or to have caution.

[Middle English recken, from Old English reccan; see reg- in Indo-European roots.]

reck

(rɛk)
vb (used mainly with a negative)
1. to mind or care about (something): to reck nought.
2. (usually impersonal) to concern or interest (someone)
[Old English reccan; related to Old High German ruohhen to take care, Old Norse rækja, Gothic rakjan]

reck


Past participle: recked
Gerund: recking

Imperative
reck
reck
Present
I reck
you reck
he/she/it recks
we reck
you reck
they reck
Preterite
I recked
you recked
he/she/it recked
we recked
you recked
they recked
Present Continuous
I am recking
you are recking
he/she/it is recking
we are recking
you are recking
they are recking
Present Perfect
I have recked
you have recked
he/she/it has recked
we have recked
you have recked
they have recked
Past Continuous
I was recking
you were recking
he/she/it was recking
we were recking
you were recking
they were recking
Past Perfect
I had recked
you had recked
he/she/it had recked
we had recked
you had recked
they had recked
Future
I will reck
you will reck
he/she/it will reck
we will reck
you will reck
they will reck
Future Perfect
I will have recked
you will have recked
he/she/it will have recked
we will have recked
you will have recked
they will have recked
Future Continuous
I will be recking
you will be recking
he/she/it will be recking
we will be recking
you will be recking
they will be recking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been recking
you have been recking
he/she/it has been recking
we have been recking
you have been recking
they have been recking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been recking
you will have been recking
he/she/it will have been recking
we will have been recking
you will have been recking
they will have been recking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been recking
you had been recking
he/she/it had been recking
we had been recking
you had been recking
they had been recking
Conditional
I would reck
you would reck
he/she/it would reck
we would reck
you would reck
they would reck
Past Conditional
I would have recked
you would have recked
he/she/it would have recked
we would have recked
you would have recked
they would have recked
References in classic literature ?
Revenge, at first though sweet, Bitter ere long back on it self recoiles; Let it; I reck not, so it light well aim'd, Since higher I fall short, on him who next Provokes my envie, this new Favorite Of Heav'n, this Man of Clay, Son of despite, Whom us the more to spite his Maker rais'd From dust: spite then with spite is best repaid.
What is well done I feel as if I did; what is ill done I reck not of.
248-264) You princes, mark well this punishment you also; for the deathless gods are near among men and mark all those who oppress their fellows with crooked judgements, and reck not the anger of the gods.
as well confess myself to the devil as to Brian de Bois-Guilbert, who recks neither of heaven nor of hell.
My father is the king's man, and when he rides into the press of fight he is not thinking ever of the saving of his own poor body; he recks little enough if he leave it on the field.
And in good sooth my dear lord hath need of such a one by his side, for he recks so little of himself that there should be one there to look to his needs and meet his wants.
Belynda Reck is a partner in Hunton & Williams LLP whose practice focuses on environmental, product liability and complex business matters.
Reck, who has studied Cross' work, asks her dancers to watch others perform movement as a rehearsal strategy.
Business checking itself has become an important part of North Island's business strategy, Reck added.
As an added bonus, each of the people whose names you submit will be entered into a second drawing for a free APHA membership, which is a great perk for a friend or colleague," Reck said.
Binni had skin allergy, rheumatism and cataracts but the refuse collectors' boss, Ian Reck, paid the vets' bill and took her home to be bathed.
Our customers are looking for a BPM solution to meet the stringent demands of [Sarbanes-Oxley], Basel II and other corporate compliance issues," says Gary Reck, national director of business development at Resources Global Professionals.