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account to provide a count or tally, esp. of money spent and taken in (usually followed by "for"). [1/16 definitions]
blood count the medical process for determining this count. [1/2 definitions]
blood test any test of the blood, as to determine type, red or white blood count, or the presence of antibodies or bacteria.
cadence the beat or count of such a pattern, as in marching. [1/3 definitions]
calculate to depend or count (usu. fol. by "upon" or "on"). [1/6 definitions]
census an official count and statistical survey of a population, usu. conducted at periodic intervals.
coliform bacillus any of several bacilli normally found in human and animal colons, the count of which in water is used to determine the presence or extent of fecal pollution.
comte (French) a nobleman; count.
contract bridge a form of bridge in which only the number of tricks named in the contract may count toward a game, the excess tricks counting as a bonus score. (Cf. auction bridge.)
count backwards to say or write the numbers in reverse order starting with a given number; count back.
count by twos to name every other number when counting; skip count.
counter2 a manual or automatic device for keeping count of something. [1/2 definitions]
countess a woman married to, or the widow of, a count or earl. [2 definitions]
earl a British nobleman who is ranked above a viscount and below a marquess. An earl is the British equivalent of a count.
innumerable so many as to be impossible to count; countless. [1/2 definitions]
knockout in boxing, the act of defeating an opponent by knocking him down for a count of ten; KO. (Cf. technical knockout.) [1/3 definitions]
knock out in boxing, to strike (an opponent) and cause that person to fall and be unable to rise within a count of ten. [1/5 definitions]
KO abbreviation of "knockout," in boxing, the act of defeating an opponent by knocking him down for a count of ten. (See technical knockout.)
landgrave a medieval German count having jurisdiction over a large territory. [1/2 definitions]
marchese an Italian nobleman, ranking with a marquis, and just above a count.
marquis a European nobleman who ranks above a count and below a duke.