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### count

- IPA[kount]

美式

- determine the total number of (a collection of items)；recite numbers in ascending order, usually starting at the number one
- an act of determining the total number of something；the total determined by counting

#### verb:

**count**, 3rd person present:**counts**, gerund or present participle:**counting**, past tense:**counted**, past participle:**counted**#### noun:

**count**, plural noun:**counts**

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### 動詞

- 1. determine the total number of (a collection of items) I started to count the stars I could see they counted up their change 同義詞
- ▪ recite numbers in ascending order, usually starting at the number one hold the position as you count to five
- 2. take into account; include the staff has shrunk to four, or five if you count the summer intern 同義詞
- ▪ regard or be regarded as possessing a specified quality or fulfilling a specified role she met some rebuffs from people she had counted as her friends I count myself fortunate to have known him 同義詞
- 3. be significant it did not matter what the audience thought—it was the critics that counted 同義詞
- ▪ (of a factor) play a part in influencing opinion for or against someone or something he hopes his sportsmanlike attitude will count in his favor

### 名詞

- 1. an act of determining the total number of something at the last count, fifteen applications were still outstanding the party's only candidate was eliminated at the first count 同義詞
- ▪ the total determined by counting there was a moderate increase in the white cell count in both patients 同義詞
- 2. an act of reciting numbers in ascending order, up to the specified number hold it for a count of seven hold the position for five
**counts** - ▪ an act of reciting numbers up to ten by the referee when a boxer is knocked down, the boxer being considered knocked out if still down when ten is reached he dropped by the ropes to take a count of six on one knee
- ▪ the number of balls and strikes that have been charged to the batter, as recalculated with each pitch the count on Gwynn is 1 ball and 2 strikes
- 3. a point for discussion or consideration the program remained vulnerable on a number of
**counts** - ▪ a separate charge in an indictment he pleaded guilty to five
**counts**of murder - 4. the measure of the fineness of a yarn expressed as the weight of a given length or the length of a given weight.
- ▪ a measure of the fineness of a woven fabric expressed as the number of warp or weft threads in a given length.

- taking account of when reaching a total; including: there were three of us in the family, or four counting my pet rabbit the college had 139 employees, not counting those engaged in routine clerical work

### Oxford American Dictionary

- taking account of when reaching a total; including: there were three of us in the family, or four counting my pet rabbit the college had 139 employees, not counting those engaged in routine clerical work

### Oxford Dictionary

- used to indicate that it is the kindness behind an act that matters, however imperfect or ...

### Oxford American Dictionary

- used to indicate that it is the kindness behind an act that matters, however imperfect or ...

### Oxford Dictionary

- not include someone in an activity

### Oxford Dictionary

- not include someone in an activity

### Oxford American Dictionary

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- IPA[kaʊnt]

英式

- determine the total number of (a collection of items): I started to count the stars I could see they counted up their change
- an act of determining the total number of something: at the last count, fifteen applications were still outstanding the party's only candidate was eliminated at the first count

### Oxford Dictionary

- IPA[kount]

美式

- a European nobleman whose rank corresponds to that of an English earl: he is now a prisoner in a tower of the count's palace Count Ugolino

### Oxford American Dictionary

- IPA[kaʊnt]

英式

- a foreign nobleman whose rank corresponds to that of an earl: he is now a prisoner in a tower of the count's palace Count Ugolino

### Oxford Dictionary