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count  Verb
Plural: counts
  1. Translate "count" to Spanish: contar, enumerar, numerar
    English Synonyms of "count": compute, number, sum, count up, enumerate, numerate, reckon
    Define meaning of "count": Name or recite the numbers. ; Determine the number or amount of.
  2. Peter counts the goals, Pedro cuenta los goles.
    The toddler could count to 100.
    Can you count the books on your shelf?
    Count your change.

    [ + ] Quips, Quotes & Proverbs

  3. Translate "count" to Spanish: tener importancia, contar, significar
    English Synonyms of "count": be of importance, have importance, matter, amount to something, be of significance, be relevant, amount, import
    Define meaning of "count": Have weight; have import, carry weight.
  4. Hygiene counts as something important, El aseo cuenta como algo importante.
    It does not matter much.

    [ + ] Quips, Quotes & Proverbs

count  Noun
  1. Translate "count" to Spanish: cuenta, conteo, recuento
    English Synonyms of "count": account, counting, numeration, reckoning, score, tally
    Define meaning of "count": The act of counting. ; The total number counted.
  2. The counting continued for several hours.
    A blood count.


  3. Translate "count" to Spanish: conde
    English Synonyms of "count": earl
    Define meaning of "count": A nobleman (in various countries) having rank equal to a British earl.

  4. Translate "Count" to Spanish: Count

  5. Translate "count" to Spanish: cargo, demanda
    English Synonyms of "count": accusation, complaint, lawsuit, charge, demand, action, libel
    Define meaning of "count": An assertion that someone is guilty of a fault or offence. ; A formal charge of wrongdoing brought against a person; the act of imputing blame or guilt.

Verb Conjugation for "count"
Gerund: counting

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you

he/she/it

we

you

they

count

count

counts

count

count

count

counted

counted

counted

counted

counted

counted

will count

will count

will count

will count

will count

will count

Conceptually-related expressions of "count"
absolute granulocyte count
absolute neutrophil count
Addis count
angle count
Arneth count
at last count
at the last count
at the very last count
bacteria count
bacterial count
be able to count on
be charged in count
be counted among
be counted in
be counted out
be out for the count
blood count
body count
call-count record
cash count
CD4 cell count
cell count
coliform count
colony count
complete blood count
compulsion to count things
Cooke's count
decimal day count
differential blood count
differential count
differential white blood cell count
differential white blood count
differential white cell count
direct microscopic count
direct platelet count
do not count
down for the count
epidermal ridge count
erythrocyte count
filament count
final count
full blood count
German count
goal count
head count
increased white blood cell count
indirect platelet count
it is alleged on count one
keep count
keep count of
leukocyte count
lose count
lose count of
low white blood cell count
make count
no-count
nonfilament count
odd bit count
of a count
omnibus count
once doesn't count
over-count
parasite count
peg count
petty cash count
physical count
plate count
platelet count
pollen count
put out of count
range count
re-count
red blood cell count
red blood count
reduced white blood cell count
reticulocyte count
Schilling blood count
Schilling's blood count
Schilling's count
seconds count
sequential count printer
somatic cell count
special count
sperm count
staff count
standing count
store count distribution
take the count
traffic count
white blood cell count
white blood count
word count
you can count on it
you may count on it
you should count on it
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