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  • 41 count on — phrasal verb count on or count upon [transitive] Word forms count on : present tense I/you/we/they count on he/she/it counts on present participle counting on past tense counted on past participle counted on 1) a) count on someone to depend on… …

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  • 42 Count on Me — For the Bruno Mars song, see It s Better If You Don t Understand. Count on Me Single by Whitney Houston CeCe Winans from …

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  • 43 count in — transitive verb Etymology: count (I) : include; specifically : to consider as a participant if there is going to be a game count me in * * * count in …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 44 count — verb In pleading, to declare; to recite; to state a case; to narrate the facts constituting a plaintiffs cause of action. To plead orally; to plead or argue a case in court; to recite or read in court; to recite a count in court noun 1. In… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 45 count — verb In pleading, to declare; to recite; to state a case; to narrate the facts constituting a plaintiffs cause of action. To plead orally; to plead or argue a case in court; to recite or read in court; to recite a count in court noun 1. In… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 46 count — Synonyms and related words: Brahman, a reckoning of, account, account of, accounts, accusal, accusation, accusing, add up, adjudge, adjudicate, admit, aggregate, allegation, allegement, allow, amount, amount to something, apportion, archduke,… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 47 count on — or count upon 1) PHRASAL VERB If you count on something or count upon it, you expect it to happen and include it in your plans. [V P n/ ing] The government thought it could count on the support of the trades unions... [V P n/ ing] I ll be back.… …

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  • 48 count —    The title of a European nobleman, equivalent to the British earl. The wife of an earl is known as a countess, but ‘count’ itself has never been a British title. Dodsworth, by Sinclair Lewis, has: ‘Kindness all yours, Count.’    ‘Oh, don’t call …

    A dictionary of epithets and terms of address

  • 49 count — 1. A reckoning, enumeration, or accounting. 2. To enumerate or score. Addis c. a quantitative enumeration of the red blood c., white blood c., and casts in a 12 hr urine specimen; used to follow the progress of known renal disease …

    Medical dictionary

  • 50 count — 1. verb 1) Vern counted the money again Syn: add up, add together, reckon up, total, tally, calculate, compute, tot up; census; formal enumerate; dated cast up 2) a company with 250 employees, not counting overseas staff Syn: in …

    Thesaurus of popular words

  • 51 Count — Recorded as Le Compte, Compte, Le Conte, Leconte, Conte, Le Count, Count, and others, this interesting surname is of ancient French origins. It is or was, in most instances a medieval nickname of occupation for an actor, one who played the part… …

    Surnames reference

  • 52 count — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. enumerate, tell, score, figure, account; matter, reckon; deem, consider, estimate. See judgment, numeration, nobility. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Man of rank] Syn. nobleman, peer, grandee, earl; see… …

    English dictionary for students

  • 53 count — 1. noun /kaʊnt/ a) The act of counting or tallying a quantity. Give the chairs a quick count to check if we have enough. b) The result of a tally that reveals the number of items in a set; a quantity counted. He has a 3 2 count with the bases… …

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  • 54 count up — v. (d; intr.) to count up to (the child could count up to twenty) * * * [ kaʊnt ʌp] (d; intr.) to count up to (the child could count up to twenty) …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 55 Count —     (COMES). An honorary term attached to various state offices, first used by Constantine I the Great (q.v.) and translated loosely into English as count, e.g., the Count of the Private Estates (comes rerum privatarum), who administered the… …

    Historical dictionary of Byzantium

  • 56 Count — [[t]ka͟ʊnt[/t]] Counts N COUNT; N TITLE; N VOC A Count is a European nobleman with the same rank as an English earl. Her father was a Polish Count. ...Count Otto Lambsdorff, leader of the Free Democratic Party …

    English dictionary

  • 57 count me in — include me in your activity or plan. You can count me in I haven t been to a ballgame in years! Usage notes: also used in the form count someone in include someone: Dennis said the coach could count him in for Saturday s game. Opposite of: count… …

    New idioms dictionary

  • 58 count in — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms count in : present tense I/you/we/they count in he/she/it counts in present participle counting in past tense counted in past participle counted in count someone in to include someone in your plans There s a… …

    English dictionary

  • 59 count up — [verb] add, reckon up, sum, tally, total * * * ˌcount ˈup [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they count up he/she/it counts up present participle counting up …

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  • 60 count — There are two distinct words count in English. Count ‘enumerate’ [14] comes ultimately from Latin computāre ‘calculate’ (source of English compute). It came into English from Old French conter, which had, via the notion of ‘adding up and… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins