NounCount (plural Counts)
- The act of counting or tallying a quantity.
- Give the chairs a quick count to check if we have enough.
- The result of a tally that reveals the number of items in a set; a quantity counted.
- A countdown.
- (law) A charge of misconduct brought in a legal proceeding.
- (baseball) The number of balls and strikes, respectively, on a batter's in-progress plate appearance.
- He has a 3-2 count with the bases loaded.
- (intransitive) To enumerate the digits of one's numeral system.
- Can you count to a hundred?
- (transitive) To determine the number (of objects in a group).
- There are three apples; count them.
- (intransitive) To be of significance; to matter.
- Your views don't count here.
- It doesn't count if you cheat with someone when you're drunk.
- (intransitive) To be an example of something.
- Apples count as a type of fruit.
- (transitive) To consider something an example of something.
- He counts himself as a hero after saving the cat from the river.
- I count you as more than a friend.
NounCount (plural Counts) m.
- The male ruler of a county; also known as an earl, especially in England. The female equivalent is countess.
Adjectives for Count
grieved; amorous; fraudulent; noble; bonafide; unctuous; bogus.
Adverbs for Count
definitely; clearly; confidently; silently; legally; partially; entirely; trustingly; basically.
Synonyms for Count
- (noun) baron, don, duke, earl, lord, prince, viscount
- (verb) number, calculate, score, enumerate, compute, figure, total, reckon.
Antonyms for Count
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
From Middle English counten, from Anglo-Norman conter (“counter, conter”), from Old French conter (“add up; tell a story”), from Latin computare, present active infinitive of computō (“I compute”). Displaced native Middle English tellen (“to count”) (from Old English tellan) and Middle English rimen (“to count, enumerate”) (from Old English rīman).
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