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count

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of count

  1. 1 a total number obtained or recorded by noting each thing as it was being added my count for the number of bird species and subspecies that visited the sanctuary that weekend was 43 Synonyms of count census, tale, tally Words Related to count score; amount, gross, sum, total, whole; recount

  2. 2 a formal claim of criminal wrongdoing against a person she's been charged with two counts of larceny Synonyms of count complaint, charge, indictment, rapWords Related to count accusation, allegation, plea; crimination; counteraccusation, countercharge; arraignment, impeachment; implication, imputation, innuendo, insinuation; censure, condemnation, denunciation; incrimination, recrimination


count

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of count

  1. 1 to find the sum of (a collection of things) by noting each one as it is being added count the baseball gloves in the storage locker to see if there are enough to go around Synonyms of count enumerate, number, tell Words Related to count add (up), tally, total; calculate, compute, reckon, table, tabulate; check, mark, tick (off); recount

  2. 2 to be of importance punctuality and a neat appearance count during a job interview Synonyms of count matter, import, mean, signify, weighWords Related to count affect, concern, influence, sway; add up (to), amount (to)

  3. 3 to place reliance or trust I'm counting on you to show up tomorrow to help me move Synonyms of count calculate, depend, lean, reckon, relyWords Related to count commit, confide, entrust (also intrust), trustNear Antonyms of count distrust, mistrust, question, suspect

  4. 4 to think of in a particular way I'm not sure I'd count that as a serious effort Synonyms of count account, call, consider, esteem, hold, look (on or upon), rate, reckon, regard, set down, viewWords Related to count believe, deem, feel, sense, think; conceive, fancy, imagine



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