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Synonyms for count

matter

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include

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  • include
  • number among
  • take into account or consideration

count on or upon something or someone

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to note (items) one by one so as to get a total

to be of significance or importance

to indicate (time or rhythm), as with repeated gestures or sounds

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count on: to place trust or confidence in

count on: to look forward to confidently

count out: to keep from being admitted, included, or considered

a noting of items one by one

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a nobleman (in various countries) having rank equal to a British earl

have weight

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show consideration for

name or recite the numbers in ascending order

put into a group

include as if by counting

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have a certain value or carry a certain weight

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have faith or confidence in

take account of

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The city's Health Department does not keep count of the rat population but some estimates put the number at six rats for every city resident.
It is important to keep count of their pitches in the bullpen and to assess their effort level, even if they are not scheduled to throw that day.
Nevertheless, new recycling ventures are springing up so fast, especially in HDPE and commingled resins, that it's hard to keep count.
At least they were able to keep count of Newcastle's goals on the fingers of one hand.
Keep count One can of standard lager, beer or bitter = 1.8 units One pint of standard lager, beer or bitter = 2.3 units One small glass of wine (125ml) = 1.5 units One large glass of wine (250ml) = 3 units One measure of spirits (25ml) = 1 unit Self help..
As for Pellegrini's maths, well it has got to be hard to keep up at City right now - I am sure Hugo Lloris and Wojciech Szczesny were also struggling to keep count as they developed backache picking the ball out of the net at Eastlands.
Instead, their bottle opener will keep count with merciless efficiency - and reveal to partners exactly how many bottles "a couple" might be.
Fines of pounds 100 for using the whip nine to 15 times, of pounds 150 for 16 to 20 hits, and pounds 250 or referral to the BHA for 21 or more, have concentrated riders' minds, although many claim it is hard to keep count in a three-mile race.
Chat The Graham Norton Show (BBC1, 10.35pm) LEGENDARY sleuth Sherlock Holmes has been portrayed by so many different actors, it's hard to keep count. But few expected Robert Downey Jr to be one of the best.
Plus, don't miss Paul Delplanque's Remember When page on a Tuesday and his blog dedicated entirely to nostalgic memories of Teesside at www.gazettelive.co.uk/rememberwhen OVER THE BORDER TO THE PAST: It is an area which has been knocked down and rebuilt - only to be knocked down again - so many times it is difficult to keep count.
He said: "To this end, more proactive dissemination of information by service areas is still required." Mr Barnett said FOI applicants have the right to remain anonymous but where they are a journalist or an MP the council has been able to keep count.
And whoever would have thought that so many sex offenders would be granted permission to work in schools that the responsible authority would be unable to keep count?