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Noun
An act of determining the total of something
“If no individual candidate gains a majority of first preference votes on the first count, the candidate receiving the least first preference votes is then eliminated automatically from the next count.”
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The total determined by counting
“The official count stands at more than 6,300 residents.”
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An official or formal accusation for a criminal offense
“Once our investigations are complete, you will be charged with a count of murder for each person you unlawfully sentenced to death.”
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A person exercising government or dominion over a place or people
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A male member of the nobility or aristocracy
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The act or state of adding
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Something that needs to be resolved
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An individual fact or item
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A reason or grounds for something
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The state of being vanquished
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An arithmetical value, typically representing a particular quantity
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To determine the total or amount of (something)
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“It is easy to count the number of 5-card poker hands with, for example, no spades.”
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To keep a tally or record of
“Effective weight loss typically requires that you count the number of calories you consume.”
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To make an estimate of a total or value
“Sir, I count that there will be 4,500 or 4,600 of us Gascons.”
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To regard, or be regarded, as possessing a specified quality or fulfilling a specified role
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“Four Summerhill students can count themselves among the brightest in the country after winning the All-Ireland Schools Table Quiz title.”
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To matter or be significant
“Perhaps the biggest difference between the seventies and nineties in Cannes is the matter of whose opinions count the most.”
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To take into account or include
“Perhaps, if you count the ones that never get off of the ground, this statistic is correct.”
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To depend on with full trust or confidence
“He would really appreciate being able to count on your support tomorrow.”
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To include or classify as a member of a group
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To create a list or enumerated account of
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(tell on) To impact or take its toll on
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To give force or effect toward
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To be, or to make properly entitled to be, classed in a particular way
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(rest on/upon) To be based on
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To appreciate or value highly
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To examine, investigate, or make an inquiry into
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