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count noun

noun [C] uk   ( also countable noun) specialized us  
B1 a noun that can be used in the singular and the plural: Count nouns are shown in this dictionary with [C].
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in Chinese (Traditional) 可數名詞…
in Chinese (Simplified) 可数名词…
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