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Translation of "count" - English-Turkish dictionary

count

noun     /kaʊnt/
NUMBER [C]
when you count something, or the total number you get after counting hesaplama, sayma, sayım [usually singular] At the last count there were 410 club members.Numbering and counting
lose count
to forget how many of something there is sayısını bilememek, hesabını şaşırmak, sayısını unutmak I've lost count of the number of times she's arrived late.Forgetting and forgetfulnessNumbering and counting
on all/both/several, etc counts
in all, both, several, etc parts of a situation, argument, etc tüm, birçok, her iki durumda da/tartışmada da I had been wrong on both counts.Situations and circumstances
RANK [C] ( also Count)
a man of high social rank in some European countries kont Royalty, aristocracy and titles
CRIME [C]
one of the times that someone has been accused of a particular crime bir konuda suçlamalardan herbiri; suçlama sayısı He was charged with two counts of assault. →  See also pollen count Taking legal action
(Definition of count noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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