- v. 计算；视为；依赖；重要，有价值
- n. 计数；总数
- n. 伯爵（欧洲国家的贵族头衔）
- vt. & vi. 计数,计算 calculate
- vt. 认为,看作 regard as, consider
- [C]计数,总数 action of counting; number reached by counting
- [C]事项,罪状 any of a group of offences of which a person is accused
the total number counted;
"a blood count"
the act of counting; reciting numbers in ascending order;
"the counting continued for several hours"
a nobleman (in various countries) having rank equal to a British earl
determine the number or amount of;
"Can you count the books on your shelf?"
"Count your change"
have weight; have import, carry weight;
"It does not matter much"
show consideration for; take into account;
"You must consider her age"
"The judge considered the offender's youth and was lenient"
name or recite the numbers in ascending order;
"The toddler could count to 100"
put into a group;
"The academy counts several Nobel Prize winners among its members"
include as if by counting;
"I can count my colleagues in the opposition"
have a certain value or carry a certain weight;
"each answer counts as three points"
have faith or confidence in;
"you can count on me to help you any time"
"Look to your friends for support"
"You can bet on that!"
"Depend on your family in times of crisis"
take account of;
"You have to reckon with our opponents"
"Count on the monsoon"
- Material control and cycle count.
- It's not humanly possible to count so quickly.
- Fruity cocktails count as health food, study finds.
- Since most countries already have too many laws, a pause for parliamentary reflection might count as progress.
- We cannot always count on our parents.
- I need to count on you to finish this for me.
- Take your blood count first, please.
- There is a high pollen count in the air.
- It will count up to a large amount.
- Then check if the line count exceeds the page length.
- The count lived in that big house.
- His father was the Count of Montpellier.
- That one doesn't count.
- I don't know how many I have—I didn't count.
- The referee started counting.
- Quality counts above origin.
- Everything they do counts.
- We counted the books and found there were fifty.
- Don't forget to count your change.
- It is impossible to count the stars in the sky.
- Six people are on the trip if you count the children.
- Not counting the autumn crop of maize, their total grain output still exceeded that of the previous year.
- Prisoners were counted each morning and evening.
- Have the votes been counted yet?
- The number of factories able to make such a machine was less than could be counted on the fingers of one's hands.
- I count him as my best friend.
- The old man counted her as his own daughter.
- The city council counts its library as an important part of public service.
- On the whole she counted herself a fortunate wife.
- I count him a good judge of character.
- Shelley counted this experience a part of his education.
- He counted the day well spent.
- Finally they had to count him as dead.
- I count myself fortunate in working with you.
- You must count yourself lucky that you were not fired by your boss.
- After such a bad accident you should count yourself lucky escaping death.
- I count myself to be fortunate.
- He is generally counted as incorruptible good official of the law.
- A member of the tennis club is counted as belonging to the whole sports club.
- He counts his life of no importance when fighting for freedom.
- I count it a great honour to serve you.
- We count it our duty to support birth control.
- I count it foolish to let him go.
- He made a rapid count of those who were late.
- People on the seashore are beyond count.
- There were, by count, only 20 students in the library on Saturday evening.
- According to his count, there were more than 200 people at the meeting.
- We will complete the count of the ballots by five tomorrow.
- The official count came to over a hundred.
- I want you to start on a count of five.
- I may have made a mistake in the count.
- You may need another count before you are certain of the total.
- She was found guilty on all counts.
- The prisoner was found not guilty on all counts.
- One of the counts against her is that she has maltreated her children.
- Her indictment contains six counts.
- I disagree with you on both counts.
- This policy has failed on several counts.
- count against (v.+prep.)
对…不利; 不利于 be unfavourable to
count against sth
The recent political incident will inevitably count against the peace process of the two countries.
最近发生的这一政治事件无疑会影响两国的和平进程。count sth against sb
He is young and inexperienced, but please do not count that against him.
Family background could hardly have been counted against her.
- count among (v.+prep.)
认为…属于 regard sb/sth along to certain group
count sb/sth among sb/sth
They counted me among their supporters.
Her poetry is counted among the best-known this century.
Mark Twain was counted among the greatest writers of the century.
- count as (v.+prep.)
当作 regard...as, look on as
count as sb/sth
In English, a clause acting as the subject of a sentence counts as singular.
For the convenience of our classification, any over eighteen years old counts as an adult.
- count down (v.+adv.)
倒数到零或规定的时间 count backwards to zero or a required time
The people at Control have already begun to count down.
控制站的人员已经开始倒数秒数了。count sth ⇔ down
The spaceship is already being counted down.
- count for (v.+prep.)
有价值,有重要性 be worth, be of significance
count for sth
Such men don't count for anything.
She has realized it is a serious mistake to regard me as a little kid who counts for nothing.
In their eyes wealth counted for a great deal, education for very little.
- count in (v.+adv.)
〈非正〉把…算在某一整体之内 include sb/sth, especially when doing a calculation
count sb/sth ⇔ in
Please count me in on this project.
Go and see how many chairs we have in that classroom, but don't count in the broken ones.
- count off (v.+adv.)
挑出 divide into groups by counting
报数!count sth ⇔ off
Will you count off the figures one by one so that I can write them down?
能不能请你把那些数字逐个报一下,这样我好记下来。count sb ⇔ off
He counted off five men to help with the job.
- count on〔upon〕 (v.+prep.)
期望,指望 expect or anticipate sth, usually used in the negative
count on〔upon〕 sb/sth
We can always count on him for help in any emergency.
Don't always count on others for help, you are old enough to do the work by yourself.
They counted on foreign investment to stimulate their economy.
他们想依靠外国投资来刺激他们的经济。count on〔upon〕 sb to-v
Don't count on other people to help you out of trouble.
I know of at least two people who can be counted on to support us.
我知道至少有两个人可以指望会支持我们。count on〔upon〕 v-ing
I had counted on having it completed by March.
We are counting on selling at least 5000 copies of the book.
I had not counted on meeting her here this morning.
Don't count on going abroad this summer, we may not have enough money.
Mind,I count on your keeping the promise.
听着,我指望着你信守诺言。count on〔upon〕 sb/sth v-ing
Please count on me doing my best.
We can count on the weather being fine.
- count out (v.+adv.)
〈非正〉不把…考虑在内 omit as nonparticipating, omit from consideration
The little girl could only remember her numbers by counting out.
这个小姑娘只有大声数数,才能记得住数字。count sth ⇔ out
She counted out fifteen pence and passed it to the salesgirl.
There is no need to tell the kids that the number of stars cannot be counted out.
没必要告诉孩子们星星是数不清的。count sb out
You can count me out of this little plan of yours.
Those who have not yet sent in applications should be counted out.
- count up (v.+adv.)
加起来,算出总数 add up and find the total amount of
count sb/sth ⇔ up
You can count up the great poets still alive , on the fingers of one hand.
The men counted up the money carefully.
那些人仔细地清点钱数。count up to sth
Count up to ten before you open your eyes.
- keep〔lose〕 count of
知〔不知〕某数 know〔not know〕 how many there are of sth
- set no count on
看不起,轻视 look down upon
- take count of
重视,计较 take sth seriously
- count cars 数车
- count five before standing 在站起来之前数到5
- count one's chickens before they are hatched 打如意算盘
- count people 数人数
- count the broken ones 把破碎的算在内
- count the house 点入场者的人数
- count the number 数数
- count the pages 数页数
- count things 数东西
- count no longer 不再有价值
- count nothing 一点价值都没有
- count one by one 一个一个地数
- count accurately 准确计算
- count basically 基本上有价值
- count carefully 仔细地数
- count clearly 数清楚
- count confidently 自信地数
- count definitely 确切地计算
- count entirely 全部计算
- count legally 合法计算
- count monotonously 单调地数
- count silently 默默地数
- count strongly 理直气壮地数
- count trustingly 认为值得信任
- count down 倒数
- count in 算在内
- count off 报数,点数
- count out 点数
- count sb out 不把某人计算在内
- count up 计算,加起来
- count above 比…重要
- count against sb 对某人不利
- count among the best of one's book 认为是最好的作品之一
- count as 算作
- count as a masterpiece 算得上杰作
- count sb as a member 认为某人是其中一员
- count sb as dead 认为某人已死
- count by fingers 掐指一算
- count by ten 以十计
- count for... 有…价值,有…重要性
- count for little 无足轻重
- count for much 非常重要
- count for nothing 算不了什么
- count from 从…点算起
- count on〔upon〕 指望
- count on fine weather for a picnic 期望有个好天气进行野餐
- count on Japan for economic assistance 指望日本得到经济援助
- count on one's co-operation 期待某人的合作
- count on one's joining 期待某人的加入
- count on one's keeping the promise 指望某人信守诺言
- count on others for help 指望得到别人的帮助
- count on sb coming 期待某人的到来
- count on sb not to mention it 期待某人别提此事
- count to 数到
- count up to 数到,总计
- count with beads 用珠子数
- complete the count 计算完毕
- contain a count 统计数目
- make a count 统计数目
- need a count 需要数一遍
- need another count 需要再数一遍
- take the count 被判失败
- accurate count 准确的计数
- actual count 实际计数
- amorous count 多情的问题
- bogus count 伪造罪
- exact count 精确的计数
- fraudulent count 诈骗罪
- grieved count 悲痛的事项
- lost count 省略的读数
- microscopic count 显微镜计算
- official count 官方的计数
- rapid count 速算
- background count 年底计数
- blood count 血球计数
- body count 合计人数
- census count 人口普查
- layout count 数字位计算
- noise count 噪声脉冲
- nose count 清点人数
- pulse count 计算脉冲
- reference count 基准计算
- squaring count 求平方(数)
- at the count of M 数到M时
- beyond count 数不完,无数的
- by count 以某种方式数
- in every count 在各方面
- in the count 计数过程中
- on all counts 从所有的方面
- on the other counts 在其他方面
- out of count 数错
- count against sb 指责某人的过失
In actual count of time, he was no longer in his first youth.出自： P. G. Wodehouse
About fifty titles, at the present count.出自： M. Moorcock
'One, two, three...'; the seekers..began to count their hundred, aloud.出自： Aldous Huxley
He counted the flies on the ceiling.出自： E. Birney
- count还可作“认为,看作”解,此时主要接复合宾语。其宾语可由名词、代词或动词不定式充当,而宾语补足语则可由名词、形容词(其前可插入to be或as)或介词短语充当。当动词不定式充当宾语时常采用形式宾语结构,即将it置于宾语位置上,而把动词不定式置于补语之后。
- count, calculate, number, reckon
- 1.count的含义是“数数目”; reckon则侧重“计算”。例如:
- I counted the broken windows and found there were eight.
- We'll have to reckon the cost of it.
- Because our family is happy and healthy, we reckon ourselves fortunate.我们很幸运,因为我们的家庭是一个健康、幸福的家庭。
- Can you calculate how much a trip to the Great Wall will cost?你能计算去长城旅游一次要多少钱吗?
- 4.count和reckon多用于口语或日常生活; calculate多用于自然科学、生产部门或需要专门计算的场合。例如:
- Astronomers can calculate when there will be eclipses of the sun and the moon.天文学家能算出什么时候有日食、月食。
- count up to, add up to, amount to, come to, run into
- 1.从构成上说, add up to和count up to是动副介型短语; 而amount to, come to和run into是动介型短语。
- 2.从主语上说, add up to和come to相同,均多为钱、账单、数目等; amount to和run into的主语多为loss, cost, expense, debt, sum等名词; 而count up to的主语则仅限It。例如:
- Our hotel bill added up to〔amounted to,came to〕 300 dollars.我们的旅馆费共计300美元。
- His debts amounted to〔ran into〕 over 3000 dollars.他的债务已高达3000多美元。
- It counts up to 300 dollars.共计300美元。
- 3.从宾语上说, add up to, amount to, come to后一般接数字; 而count up to和run into后除可接数字外,还可接名词。例如:
- It counts up to a considerable sum.合计起来数目相当可观。
- Losses run into six figures.损失高达6位数。
- 4.从使用场合上说, come to最通俗, count up to不常用。
- I count myself lucky.
- I count myself to be lucky.
- You count among my best friends.
- You were counted among my best friends.
- I count you among my best friends.
- Can you count from one to ten in English?
- Can you count up to ten in English?
- I counted on John to help me.
- I counted on John helping me.
- ☆ 14世纪中期进入英语，直接源自古法语的counter；最初源自拉丁语的conputare，意为数，计数。