# count

21

**count on**— index anticipate (expect), expect (anticipate) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …22

**count up**— index sum Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …23

**Count**— 〈 [kaʊnt] m.; Gen.: s, Pl.: s; in England〉 Titel der nicht engl. Grafen; →a. s. Earl [Etym.: engl., »Graf«] …24

**Count**— [kau̮nt ], der; s, s <englisch> (englischer Titel für einen nicht britischen Grafen) …25

**count**— count1 /kownt/, v.t. 1. to check over (the separate units or groups of a collection) one by one to determine the total number; add up; enumerate: He counted his tickets and found he had ten. 2. to reckon up; calculate; compute. 3. to list or name …26

**Count**— Countess redirects here. For other uses, see Countess (disambiguation). This article is about the style or title of nobility. For other uses, see Count (disambiguation). Coronet of a count (Spanish Heraldry) …27

**count**— count1 W3S1 [kaunt] v ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(find the total)¦ 2¦(say numbers)¦ 3¦(be allowed)¦ 4¦(include)¦ 5¦(consider something)¦ 6¦(important)¦ 7 I/you can count somebody/something on (the fingers of) one hand 8 don t count your chickens (before they re… …28

**count**— count1 [ kaunt ] verb *** ▸ 1 say how many there are ▸ 2 say numbers in order ▸ 3 include in calculation ▸ 4 be important ▸ 5 treat/consider as something ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) intransitive or transitive to calculate how many people or things there are …29

**count**— 1 /kaUnt/ verb 1 SAY NUMBERS also count up (I) to say numbers in their correct order (+ to): Sarah can count up to five now. | Try to count to ten before you lose your temper. 2 FIND THE TOTAL also count up (T) to count the people, objects,… …30

**count**— I UK [kaʊnt] / US verb Word forms count : present tense I/you/we/they count he/she/it counts present participle counting past tense counted past participle counted *** 1) [intransitive/transitive] to calculate how many people or things there are… …31

**count**— I n. act of counting total, tally 1) to make, take a count 2) to keep count of 3) to lose count of 4) (boxing) to go down for the count ( to be counted out ); to take a count of ten 5) an accurate, correct count 6) a blood; body; cell; pollen… …32

**count**— [[t]ka͟ʊnt[/t]] ♦♦ counts, counting, counted 1) VERB When you count, you say all the numbers one after another up to a particular number. He was counting slowly under his breath... [V to num] Brian counted to twenty and lifted his binoculars. 2)… …33

**count**— ac·count·abil·i·ty; ac·count·able; ac·count·ably; count; count·er·boy; count·er·girl; count·er·jumper; count·er·man; count·er·word; count·ess; count·less; count·ship; dis·count·able; dis·count·er; re·count·al; vis·count; vis·count·cy;… …34

**count*/*/*/**— [kaʊnt] verb I 1) [I/T] to calculate how many people or things there are in a group All the votes have been counted.[/ex] At least 60 people were injured, but we re still counting.[/ex] 2) to say numbers one after another in order I can count up… …35

**count**— 1. v. & n. v. 1 tr. determine the total number or amount of, esp. by assigning successive numbers (count the stations). 2 intr. repeat numbers in ascending order; conduct a reckoning. 3 a tr. (often foll. by in) include in one s reckoning or plan …36

**count**— {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 act of counting ADJECTIVE ▪ quick ▪ daily ▪ Our daily count of Web traffic tells us many people are visiting our site. ▪ vote ▪ The vo …37

**count**— I [[t]kaʊnt[/t]] v. t. 1) to check over one by one to determine the total number; add up; enumerate 2) to reckon up; calculate; compute 3) to list or name the numerals up to: Close your eyes and count to ten[/ex] 4) to include in a reckoning;… …38

**count**— I. /kaʊnt / (say kownt) verb (t) 1. to check over one by one (the individuals of a collection) in order to ascertain their total number; enumerate. 2. to reckon up; calculate; compute. 3. to list or name the numerals up to. 4. to include in a… …39

**count**— I. verb Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French cunter, counter, from Latin computare, from com + putare to consider Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. a. to indicate or name by units or groups so as to find the total number of units… …40

**count**— count1 verb 1》 determine the total number of. 2》 recite numbers in ascending order. ↘(count down) recite or display numbers backwards to zero to indicate remaining time, especially before the launch of a rocket. ↘(count something out)… …