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Перевод:

Verb: считать подсчитывать отсчитывать пересчитывать
Noun: подсчет счет отсчет граф

Фразы:

to count calories - считать калории

to count / get / take one's change - получить сдачу

to take the full count - быть нокаутированным, потерпеть поражение

to count oneself lucky - считать себя счастливым

count upon a statute - ссылка на закон

count by twos - считать двойками

count down - считать в обратном порядке

count off from - отсчитывать от

to count on one's fingers - считать на пальцах

count item - элемент-счетчик (в базах данных)

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Примеры:

You can count on me. - Вы можете рассчитывать на меня.

Can your daughter count yet? - Ваша дочь уже умеет считать?

Count the plates on the table. - Посчитайте тарелки на столе.

It doesn't count against him. - Это не говорит против него.

Count backwards from 100. - Считайте от 100 в обратном порядке.

His promises don't count for much. - Его обещания мало чего стоят. / Его обещания не имею большого значения.

About 100 are present, counting children. - Присутствует около ста человек, включая детей.

I don't count him as a friend anymore. - Я больше не считаю его своим другом.

I count myself lucky to know you. - Я считаю, что мне повезло познакомиться с вами.

First impressions really do count. - Первые впечатления действительно принимаются во внимание.

Your lack of experience could count against you. - Недостаток опыта может обернуться против вас.

The toddler could count to 100 - Малыш мог считать до ста.

I am proud to count you among my friends. - Я горжусь тем, что ты мой друг.

Hold your breath and count to ten. - Задержи дыхание и сосчитай до десяти.

If you're having a party, count me in. - Если вы будете устраивать вечеринку, не забудьте позвать меня.

Don't interrupt me: I'm counting. - Не сбивай меня: я считаю.

You can count on Dean to ruin any party. - Вы можете рассчитывать на Дина, если хотите испортить любую вечеринку.

They bore the title Count of Nassau. - Они носили титул графов Нассау.

Count how many fingers I am holding up. - Сколько я показываю пальцев? (тест на сотрясение мозга)

Sarah can count up to five now. - Сара уже умеет считать до пяти.

He counted seven deer in the field. - В поле он насчитал семь оленей.

Hold your breath for a count of 10. - Задержите дыхание и досчитайте до десяти.

Each answer counts as three points. - Каждый ответ засчитывается как три очка.

He was found guilty on all four counts. - Он был признан виновным по всем четырем пунктам.

The pollen count is high today. - Сегодня в воздухе много пыльцы.

She made sure to count her change. - Она не забыла пересчитать сдачу.

Count up all your money and see if you have enough. - Подсчитай все деньги и посмотри, наберётся ли у тебя нужная сумма.

Any unemployed person counts as deserving government help. - Считается, что каждый безработный имеет право на помощь от государства.

Raise your hands up straight so that I can count them. - Поднимите выше руки, чтобы я мог их сосчитать.

Two of the men who want the job are unsuitable, so you can count them out. - Двое из желающих получить эту работу нам не подходят, так что их можно не считать.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If something counts against you, it may cause you to be rejected or punished, or cause people to have a lower opinion of you.

If you tell someone to count you in, you mean that you want to be included in an activity.

If you count on something or count upon it, you expect it to happen and include it in your plans.

If you count out a sum of money, you count the notes or coins as you put them in a pile one by one.

If something counts towards or counts toward an achievement or right, it is included as one of the things that give you the right to it.

Связанные термины:

count in: If you tell someone to count you in, you mean that you want to be included in an activity.

count off: to separate into equal divisions by counting

count on: If you count on something or count upon it, you expect it to happen and include it in your plans .

count out: If you count out a sum of money, you count the notes or coins as you put them in a pile one by one.

re-count: to count ( votes, etc) again

blood count: Your blood count is the number of red and white cells in your blood. A blood count can also refer to a medical examination which determines the number of red and white cells in your blood.

body count: the number of people killed

count noses: to count the number of people present, voting, etc.

count noun: A count noun is a noun such as ' bird ', ' chair ', or ' year ' which has a singular and a plural form and is always used after a determiner in the singular.

head count: If you do a head count, you count the number of people present. You can also use head count to talk about the number of people that are present at an event, or that an organization employs.

keep count: to keep a record of items, events, etc

lose count: to fail to keep an accurate record of items, events, etc

point count: a method of evaluating a player's hand in terms of points assigned to it for high cards and extremes of suit distribution

sperm count: the number of spermatozoa in an amount of semen, used as an indication of a man's fertility

calorie count: You use count when referring to the level or amount of something that someone or something has.

count against: If something counts against you, it may cause you to be rejected or punished, or cause people to have a lower opinion of you.

Count Rumford: Benjamin, Count Rumford . 1753–1814, Anglo-American physicist, noted for his work on the nature of heat

count towards: If something counts towards or counts toward an achievement or right, it is included as one of the things that give you the right to it.

pollen count: The pollen count is a measure of how much pollen is in the air at a particular place and time. Information about the pollen count is given to help people who are made ill by pollen.

count calories: If you count all the things in a group, you add them up in order to find how many there are.

count palatine: originally an official who administered the king's domains or his justice

count the cost: If someone counts the cost of something that has happened or will happen, they consider how the consequences of that action or event affect them.

take the count: to be unable to continue after a count of ten

keep count/lose count: If you keep count of a number of things, you note or keep a record of how many have occurred . If you lose count of a number of things, you cannot remember how many have occurred.

count one's beads: to pray with a rosary

full blood count: an examination of the number of blood cells in a sample of blood, used to evaluate a patient's overall health

Milton Work count: a system of hand valuation in which aces count 4, kings 3, queens 2, and jacks 1

countdown: A countdown is the counting aloud of numbers in reverse order before something happens, especially before a spacecraft is launched.

count one's chickens: If you say that someone is counting their chickens, you mean that they are assuming that they will be successful or get something, when this is not certain .

count oneself lucky: If you say that someone can count themselves lucky, you mean that the situation they are in or the thing that has happened to them is better than it might have been or than they might have expected .

down for the count: having failed in something that you are doing

out for the count: If someone is out for the count, they are unconscious or very deeply asleep .

don't count your chickens: said to mean that you should not make plans for the future because you do not know for certain how a particular situation will develop

to count your blessings: If you tell someone to count their blessings, you are saying that they should think about how lucky they are instead of complaining .

count one's chickens before they are hatched: to be overoptimistic in acting on expectations which are not yet fulfilled

someone can count something on the fingers of one hand: said to mean that there are surprisingly few of the things mentioned

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Однокоренные слова:

count down - считать в обратном порядке, производить обратный отсчет
count in - включать
count off - отсчитывать, делать перекличку, рассчитываться, второй
count on - рассчитывать на
count out - отсчитывать, исключать, опускать, объявить боксера нокаутированным
count up - считать в прямом направлении, подсчитывать, складывать

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