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count1

count1

 
pronunciation:
kaUnt
parts of speech:
transitive verb, intransitive verb, noun
phrases:
count on
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part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: counted, counting, counts
definition 1: to list or name (numbers or items) one by one in order to find the total.
The teacher counted all the students on the bus.
synonyms:
enumerate, number, numerate
similar words:
list, quantify
definition 2: to compute; calculate.
We counted six deer in the backyard.
synonyms:
calculate, compute, figure, number, reckon
similar words:
add up, quantify, tally, tot up, total
definition 3: to take into account; include.
We have six people if you count John.
synonyms:
consider, include, reckon with, take into account
definition 4: to regard or consider to be.
I count myself lucky to have survived.
synonyms:
consider, deem, regard, suppose
similar words:
account, judge
 
part of speech: intransitive verb
definition 1: to list or name numbers in order.
The baby learned to count from one to ten.
definition 2: to enumerate numbers or items in order to find the total.
similar words:
calculate, cipher, tally
definition 3: to carry weight or to have worth or importance.
They make her feel like her opinion doesn't count.That was just a practice round; it doesn't count.
synonyms:
matter, signify
similar words:
carry weight, import, rate, weigh
phrase: count on
 
part of speech: noun
definition 1: the act of counting.
synonyms:
enumeration
similar words:
calculation, computation
definition 2: the total number reached by counting.
synonyms:
computation, sum, total
similar words:
aggregate, amount, bottom line, figure, tally
definition 3: in law, a separate and distinct charge or indictment.
He is charged with two counts of murder.
synonyms:
charge
similar words:
indictment
derivation: countable (adj.)
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  • countless:
    being too many to count.
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