count toward/towards

phrasal verb

counted toward/towards; counting toward/towards; counts toward/towards
: to have value as a credit or payment in relation to (something)
The credits you earned for this class count toward your degree.
often used as (be) counted toward/towards
Fifty dollars will be counted towards your next bill.

Examples of count toward/towards in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web That’s because every game in the in-season tournament will count toward regular-season stats and standings, except the championship game. Anthony Chiang, Miami Herald, 12 July 2024 Forwarded messages are free and won't count toward your text plan. Gabe Hauari, USA TODAY, 12 July 2024 In Paris, three athletes compete on every event and all scores count toward the team total. Thuc Nhi Nguyen, Los Angeles Times, 29 June 2024 However, the initial transfer of 10,000 Bilt points will not count toward the transfer bonus for July’s Rent Day. Stella Shon, Travel + Leisure, 25 June 2024 See all Example Sentences for count toward/towards 

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“Count toward/towards.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 25 Jul. 2024.

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