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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, enumerate, estimate, figure, foot, keep tab, number, numerate, reckon, run down, score, sum, take account of, tally, tell, tick off, total, tot up; concept 764 —Ant. estimate, guess count [v2] consider, deem await, esteem, expect, hope, impute, judge, look, look upon, rate, regard, think; concepts 18,43 —Ant. disregard, ignore count [v3] have importance carry weight, cut ice*, enter into consideration, import, matter, mean, militate, rate, signify, tell, weigh; concept 668 count [v4] include await, expect, hope, look, number among, take into account, take into consideration; concepts 26,112 —Ant. exclude

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  • 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

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