Significado de “recount” - Diccionario inglés

recount en inglés británico

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recountverb [ T ]

us uk /rɪˈkaʊnt/ formal

recount verb [ T ] (DESCRIBE)

to describe how something happened, or to tell a story:

He recounted his adventures since he had left home.
[ + question word ] He was fond of recounting how he had played professional football when he was 19.

recountverb [ T ]

us uk /ˌriːˈkaʊnt/

to count something again

recountnoun [ C ]

us uk /ˈriː.kaʊnt/

another count, especially of the number of votes in an election:

to demand a recount

(Definición de recount de Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

recount en inglés americano

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recountverb [ T ]

us /rɪˈkɑʊnt/

recount verb [ T ] (DESCRIBE)

to describe the particular events of an experience, or to tell a story:

She recounted some of her experiences working as a nurse in a hospital emergency room.

recountnoun [ C ]

us /ˈri·kɑʊnt/

recount noun [ C ] (COUNT)

a second or another count, esp. of the number of votes in an election:

The final vote was so close that they demanded a recount.

(Definición de recount de Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)