There are 2 main translations of recount in Spanish:

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recount 1

Pronunciation: / rɪˈkaʊnt /American English: /rɪˈkaʊnt/
British English: /rɪˈkaʊnt/

transitive verb

  • (tell)
    (tale/story)
    Example sentences
    • I just had to keep recounting and reliving the experience.
    • I can only guess why he chose not to recount what he experienced and witnessed in those years.
    • The extracts below from her report recount the problems she experienced in getting information for her inquiry.

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recount 2
American English: /ˈrikaʊnt/
British English: /ˈriːkaʊnt/

transitive verb

  • (count again)
    (votes)
    hacer un segundo escrutinio de
    recontar
    (items)
    volver a contar
    contar de nuevo

noun

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