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count2 one who holds a rank of European nobility that is equivalent to that of an English earl.
count backwards to say or write the numbers in reverse order starting with a given number; count back.
count by fives to name every fifth number when counting.
count by hundreds to name every hundredth number when counting.
count by tens to name every tenth number when counting.
count by twos to name every other number when counting; skip count.
countdown the act or procedure of counting in reverse in preparation for some event, such as the firing of a rocket, to occur at "zero". [2 definitions]
countenance facial expression or general appearance. [4 definitions]
counter1 a high, flat surface, usu. long and narrow and with a solid or bulky base, at which people sit on stools or stand to transact business, eat, or prepare food. [2 definitions]
counter2 a manual or automatic device for keeping count of something. [2 definitions]
counter3 in an opposite or contrary manner or direction. [8 definitions]
counter- contrary; opposing. [2 definitions]
counteraccusation combined form of accusation.
counteract to overcome or lessen the effect of through opposition or opposite action.
counteradaptation combined form of adaptation.
counteradvertising combined form of advertising.
counteragent combined form of agent.
counteraggression combined form of aggression.
counterargue combined form of argue.
counterargument combined form of argument.
counterassault combined form of assault.