count

count
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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, aristocrat, armiger, arraignment, article, aspect, assimilate, bank on, baron, baronet, batch, be featured, be influential, be judicious, be persuasive, be prominent, be regarded, be somebody, be something, be thought of, beat, beat a tattoo, beat the drum, beat time, bill of particulars, blame, blue blood, body count, box score, bringing of charges, bringing to book, budget, bunch, calculate, call off, call over, call the roll, capitulation, carry weight, case, cast, census, charge, check of, chunk, clutch, complaint, complete, comprehend, comprise, compute, consider, contain, count in, count of, count on, count the beats, count up, cover, cut ice, cut some ice, daimio, datum, deal, decrease, deem, delation, denouncement, denunciation, depend on, detail, difference, divide, dose, drum, duke, earl, election returns, element, embody, embrace, encircle, enclose, encompass, enumerate, envisage, esquire, esteem, exercise judgment, express an opinion, facet, fact, factor, figure on, figure out, figure up, fill, fill in, fill out, fix, foliate, form an opinion, gentleman, get top billing, gob, grand duke, grandee, group, have an in, have full play, have influence, have personality, have pull, head count, heap, hidalgo, hold, hunk, impeachment, implication, import, imputation, incidental, include, incorporate, increase, indictment, information, innuendo, insinuation, instance, inventory, item, judge, keep time, lace-curtain, laird, landgrave, landslide, large amount, lawsuit, laying of charges, look on, look upon, lord, lordling, lot, magnate, magnifico, margrave, marquis, matter, measure, mess, minor detail, minutia, minutiae, noble, nobleman, nose count, number, number among, numerate, occupy, official count, optimate, pack, page, paginate, palsgrave, parcel, part, particular, patrician, peer, pine, plaint, play drum, point, poll, portion, pound, presume, product, prosecution, quantify, quantity, quantize, rank, rate, ration, recapitulation, receive, reckon, reckon among, reckon in, reckon on, reckon with, reckoning, recount, recounting, reduce, regard, rehearsal, rely on, rely upon, repertory, reproach, respect, returns, ruffle, run over, score, seigneur, seignior, signify, silk-stocking, small amount, sound a tattoo, squire, stand out, star, statement, suit, sum, summary, summation, summing, summing up, suppose, swell, tabs of, take in, take into account, take into consideration, take up, tale, tally, tally of, tap, taxing, tell, the bottom line, the story, the whole story, thing, think of, thoroughbred, thrum, thump, tidal wave, tom-tom, total, track of, true bill, trust, unspoken accusation, upper-cruster, veiled accusation, viscount, waldgrave, weigh, whole, x number

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  • count — n: charge; specif: a charge (as in a complaint or indictment) that separately states a cause of action or esp. offense guilty on all count s Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • count — Ⅰ. count [1] ► VERB 1) determine the total number of. 2) recite numbers in ascending order. 3) take into account; include. 4) regard or be regarded as possessing a quality or fulfilling a role: people she had counted as her friends. 5) be… …   English terms dictionary

  • Count — Count, n. [F. conte and compte, with different meanings, fr. L. computus a computation, fr. computare. See {Count}, v. t.] 1. The act of numbering; reckoning; also, the number ascertained by counting. [1913 Webster] Of blessed saints for to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • count — count1 [kount] vt. [ME counten < OFr conter < L computare,COMPUTE] 1. to name numbers in regular order to (a certain number) [to count five] 2. to add up, one by one, by units or groups, so as to get a total [count the money] 3. to check by …   English World dictionary

  • Count — 〈[ kaʊnt] m. 6; in England〉 1. Titel der nichtengl. Grafen; →a. Earl 2. Inhaber dieses Titels [engl., „Graf“] * * * Count [ka̮unt ], der; s, s [engl. count < frz. comte, ↑ Comte]: 1. <o. Pl.> …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Count — (kount), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Counted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Counting}.] [OF. conter, and later (etymological spelling) compter, in modern French thus distinguished; conter to relate (cf. {Recount}, {Account}), compter to count; fr. L. computuare to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Count — ist in England Titel des nichtenglischen Grafen, die englische Entsprechung ist der Earl. Count ist Namensbestandteil von Count Basie, Jazz Musiker Count Basic, Drum ’n’ Bass Band Count Grishnackh, das Pseudonym des Musikers Varg Vikernes Count… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • count — vb 1 Count, tell, enumerate, number are comparable when they mean to ascertain the total of units in a collection by noting one after another or one group after another. Count (see also RELY) implies computation of a total by assigning to each… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Count — Count, v. i. 1. To number or be counted; to possess value or carry weight; hence, to increase or add to the strength or influence of some party or interest; as, every vote counts; accidents count for nothing. [1913 Webster] This excellent man …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Count Me In — may refer to: Count Me In (charity), a charitable organization that provides financial assistance and business coaching and consulting services to woman owned businesses Count Me In (Death Before Dishonor album) Count Me In (Jann Browne album)… …   Wikipedia

  • count — [n] tally; number calculation, computation, enumeration, numbering, outcome, poll, reckoning, result, sum, toll, total, whole; concept 766 Ant. estimate, guess count [v1] add, check in order add up, calculate, cast, cast up, cipher, compute,… …   New thesaurus

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