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count on sth

phrasal verb with count uk   us   /kaʊnt/ verb
B2 to expect something to happen and make plans based on it: [+ -ing verb] I'm counting on the meeting finishing on time, or I'll miss my train. Sorry I'm late, I didn't count on being held up in the traffic. There's never a taxi when you want one - that's the one thing you can count on!
Translations of “count on sth”
in Chinese (Traditional) 期望, 指望, 料想到…
in Russian рассчитывать, предполагать…
in Turkish bir şeye bel bağlamak, beklemek, ummak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 期望, 指望, 料想到…
in Polish liczyć na coś…
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