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Meaning of "countable noun" in Essential English Dictionary

countable noun

noun   /ˈkaʊntəbl ˌnaʊn/
B1 a noun that can be used in the singular and the plural: ‘House’ is a countable noun.
Translations of “countable noun”
in Korean 가산 명사…
in Arabic الاسم المَعدود…
in Portuguese substantivo contável…
in Catalan nom comptable…
in Japanese (文法)可算名詞…
in Italian sostantivo numerabile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 可數名詞…
in Russian исчисляемое имя существительное…
in Turkish sayılabilen isim…
in Chinese (Simplified) 可数名词…
in Polish rzeczownik policzalny…
(Definition of countable noun from the Cambridge Essential Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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