(one) figures (that)

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(one) figures (that)

One presumes or anticipates (that); one reckons or thinks (that). If we can maintain these increasing profits, I figure that we'll be able to open a second branch by the end of the year. Mom figures it's time I moved out and found a place of my own to live.
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She figures the winner might want to get through the holidays before coming forward to publicly claim the prize, the first step in a process that likely will change the winner's life fundamentally, and not necessarily for the better.
She figures it is one of the most diverse community choirs in the Middle East, and maybe even the world.
This is because she figures the exercise of power to hinge upon the union of language and the law, which excludes the mute inhuman.
All-time at Oregon, she is in the top five for rebounds, steals and double-doubles for a career, and she figures to break into the top five in career points and three-pointers before the season ends.
Carmen is encouraged by her new teacher, Senora Coski's terrible sounding attempts to speak Spanish to her because she figures her teacher will not laugh at her first stumbling attempts to learn and speak English.
She figures that if it works for her it will work for others.
Her busiest day at the booth is typically Friday night, but she figures she serves and average of 150-200 people a day over the 11 days of food fair.
The strategies she outlines are most appropriate for adolescents and adults, and are oriented toward individual therapy situations, but she figures her colleagues are clever enough to fit them for other occasions.
Slowly she figures out how to get on the horse's back to ride.
She figures every woman needs a bit of 'choccie' now and then.
When a girl sees a guy with a pretty girl, she figures there must be a reason for it and wants to be in that girl's place.
She figures this makes her partial owner of her father's field and water buffalo.
She figures she's lost and regained more than 100 pounds over the years on at least six diets.
She figures among the 35 entries for the mile-and-a-quarter Edenbridge Maiden Stakes at Lingfield, but Jarvis said: "She'll do a little bit of work tomorrow, but she is by no means a definite runner this Saturday," he said yesterday.
The Limerick woman, 45, is believed to have travelled to the southern states on Saturday as she figures out how to spend her pounds 77million fortune.
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