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count on someone

phrasal verb with count
 
/kaʊnt/ verb
to be certain that you can depend on someone: I can always count on my parents to help me.
Translations of “count on someone”
in Korean -을 믿다…
in Arabic يَعْتَمِد عَلى…
in Portuguese contar com alguém…
in Catalan comptar amb algú…
in Japanese (人)をあてにする…
in Italian contare su qualcuno…
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