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count

noun /kaunt/
a nobleman in certain countries, equal in rank to a British earl
conde
Count Dracula.
countess noun the wife or widow of an earl or count.
condesa
a woman of the same rank as an earl or count in her own right.
condesa
Translations of “count”
in Korean 셈…
in Arabic إحْصاء…
in French comte…
in Italian conteggio, conte…
in Chinese (Traditional) 數位, 計數,計算, 總數…
in Russian подсчет, граф, пункт обвинения…
in Turkish hesaplama, sayma, sayım…
in Polish obliczenie, hrabia, przypadek…
in Portuguese contagem, conde…
in German der Graf…
in Catalan compte, recompte, nombre total…
in Japanese 計算…
in Chinese (Simplified) 数字, 计数,计算, 总数…
(Definition of count from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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