counted, past tense; counted, past participle; counts, 3rd person singular present; counting, present participle;
Determine the total number of (a collection of items)
I started to count the stars I could see
they counted up their change
Recite numbers in ascending order, usually starting at the number one
hold the position as you count to five
Recite or display numbers backward to zero to indicate the time remaining before the launch of a rocket or the start of an operation
the floor manager pointed at the camera and counted down
Prepare for a significant event in the short time remaining before it
with more orders expected, the company is counting down to a bumper Christmas
Take into account; include
the staff has shrunk to four, or five if you count the summer intern
Include someone in an activity or the plans for it
if the project gets started, count me in
Consider (someone or something) to possess a specified quality or fulfill a specified role
she met some rebuffs from people she had counted as her friends
I count myself fortunate to have known him
Be regarded as possessing a specified quality or fulfilling a specified role
the rebate counts as taxable income
it did not matter what the audience thought—it was the critics that counted
(of a factor) Play a part in influencing opinion for or against someone or something
he hopes his sportsmanlike attitude will count in his favor
Be worth (a specified amount)
he has no power base and his views count for little
Be included in an assessment of (a final result or amount)
reduced rate contributions do not count toward your pension
whatever you're doing, you can count on me
A European nobleman whose rank corresponds to that of an English earl
determine the number or amount of; "Can you count the books on your shelf?"; "Count your change"
the total number counted; "a blood count"
the act of counting; reciting numbers in ascending order; "the counting continued for several hours"
have weight; have import, carry weight; "It does not matter much"
a nobleman (in various countries) having rank equal to a British earl
consider: show consideration for; take into account; "You must consider her age"; "The judge considered the offender's youth and was lenient"
A count is a nobleman in European countries; his wife is a countess. The word count came into English from the French comte, itself from Latin comes—in its accusative comitem—meaning "companion", and later "companion of the emperor, delegate of the emperor". ...
In baseball, the count refers to the number of balls and strikes a batter has in his current plate appearance. ...
SQL (officially like "S-Q-L" but often like "sequel"), often referred to as Structured Query Language, is a database computer language designed for managing data in relational database management systems (RDBMS), and originally based upon relational algebra. ...
Count von Count, often known simply as The Count, is one of the Muppet characters on Sesame Street, performed by Jerry Nelson. The Count is a vampire modeled after Béla Lugosi's interpretation of Count Dracula.
The Count is Charlie Chaplin's fifth film for Mutual Film Corporation in 1916. Released on September 4, it co-starred Eric Campbell and Edna Purviance.
The Count is a text-based adventure program written by Scott Adams and published by Adventure International.
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(COUNTING) A technique in playing Space Invaders where the player counts his or her shots to score a bonus on the saucer. See “On The Count.”
(COUNTING) A technique of determining stylistic qualities of a piece of writing by counting the numbers of words in paragraphs or sentences, and determining the average number of modifiers, average word lengths, and so on.
(COUNTING) Keeping a mental record of the tiles played so you can calculate what is still in the bag and what is on your opponent’s rack. See also TILE-TRACKING.
(Counting (1-10)) Ichi Ni San Shi Go Rok Shichi Hachi ku Jyu
(Counting) 1. Ichi 2. Ni 3. San 4. Shi 5. Go 6. Roku 7. Shichi 8. Hachi 9. Ku 10.Ju
(Counting) The ability of a player to keep an accurate mental record of the cards that have been played. Can allow players to have a relatively good idea of which cards remain in the shoe.
(Counting) The suspect is asked to count forwards or backwards, usually by ones or threes. Signs of impairment include (1) skipping letters, (2) loss of concentration, and (3) slurred speech. This is not a particularly accurate or reliable sobriety test.
(Counting) To dream of counting your children, and they are merry and sweet-looking, denotes that you will have no trouble in controlling them, and they will attain honorable places. ...
(Counts) This is the number of addresses that fit a certain criteria in the target market.
(COUNTS) A reference to the number set on the counter (or OPERATOR INTERFACE) that determines the fill quantity. This number is not AUGER REVS or a measure of weight but IS directly proportional to AUGER REVS or the amount of product dispensed. ...
(Counts) A count is a BOP mechanism to ensure the accountability of all inmates. It is necessary for the BOP staff to physically count the inmates on a regular basis. There are five (5) scheduled official counts during each twenty-four (24) hour period Monday through Friday. ...
(Counts) A method of determining quality based on comparing quantities before, during and after processing.