There are 2 translations of count in Spanish:

count1

Pronunciation: /kaʊnt/

n

  • 1 1.1 (act of counting) recuento (m), cómputo (m); (of votes) escrutinio (m), recuento (m), cómputo (m), conteo (m) (Andes, Venezuela) ; (in boxing) cuenta (f), conteo (m) (Andes, Venezuela) to make o [colloquial/familiar] do a count of sth hacer* un recuento de algo at the last count en el último recuento hold your breath for a count of five aguanta hasta cinco sin respirar we'll begin on the count of four a los cuatro empezamos to keep/lose count of sth llevar/perder* la cuenta de algo I've lost count of the number of times I've told you ya ni sé cuántas veces te lo he dicho to be out for the count estar* fuera de combate
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    • Despite losing the election, Sinn Fein's Colm Burns was in buoyant mood, pointing to the fact he topped the polls at the first count.
    • I opened up every document, did a word count, and added it all up.
    • I got everyone into two rows and did a count to make sure everyone was all right.
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    • The film has a much higher body count than the first, but the deaths are a bit less chilling here.
    • But even as he was speaking, the body count was rising.
    • The main goal of the meeting was to pass an amendment to lower the quorum count to 200.
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    • Without picking up the count, the referee ended the fight.
    • Referee Tony Perez reached five in the count and the bell couldn't save Ellis.
    • How many fighters could have gotten to their feet before the count of ten after catching Joe Frazier's full swing left hook flush on the jaw?
    1.2 (total) total (masculine) the final count (of votes) el recuento or cómputo final the body count has risen to 40 el número total de víctimas ha ascendido a 40 sperm count cuenta (feminine) espermática
  • 2 (particular, point) to be found guilty on all counts [Law/Derecho] ser* declarado culpable de todos los cargos they're right on the first count en el primer punto tienen razón it's been praised/criticized on several counts ha sido elogiado/criticado por varios motivos or por varias razones it aims to entertain and inform and it fails on both counts se propone divertir e informar y no logra ninguno de los dos cometidos
  • 3 (rank) conde (masculine) Count Dracula el conde Drácula
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    • They all sat in a row, ranged according to their rank - kings and princes and dukes and earls and counts and barons and knights.
    • Similarly, the authority of marquesses, dukes, earls, barons, counts, and other nobles had long existed side by side with royal and imperial authority.
    • The official guest list named at least 70 kings, queens, grand dukes, princes, counts and lesser nobles.

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Word of the day insensible
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Cultural fact of the day

In Mexico, today is Conmemoración de la Proclamación de la Independencia. Throughout the country, at 11 o'clock at night, there is a communal shout, El Grito, in memory of Padre Hidalgo's cry of independence from the Spanish in the town of Dolores.

There are 2 translations of count in Spanish:

count2

vt

  • 1 (enumerate, add up) contar* to count the days/minutes contar* los días/los minutos I'm counting the hours till he arrives no veo la hora de que llegue you can count them on the fingers of one hand se pueden contar con los dedos de una mano
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    • The percentage of infected cells was determined by counting the total number infected and uninfected cells from 10 randomly selected microscopic fields.
    • When Krohn raised concerns over this lack of accountability, he was told that it would take too long to count the collection and distribution of all the money.
    • We collected fruits and counted the total number of flowers, fruits, and fully developed undamaged seeds from each plant.
  • 2 (include) contar* there were six of them, not counting the driver eran seis, sin contar al conductor there'll be fourteen of us, counting you and me seremos catorce, tú y yo incluidos
  • 3 (consider) considerar to count oneself lucky/fortunate considerarse afortunado, darse* por afortunado to count sb among one's friends contar* a algn entre sus ( or mis etc) amigos
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    • Expect the form to be widely adopted, since its sponsors include the VHA Health Foundation, which counts major hospitals among its members.
    • His total payout will top $20 million, not counting his pension!
    • In these reports, only discharge events are counted and cannot account for individuals with repeat admissions.
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    • Buckley, a 24-year-old schoolteacher, has Irish ancestry so is not counted as an overseas player, meaning the club still have the quota option open to them.
    • 2004, therefore, has to be counted as a shocking disappointment.
    • Why should money transfers like these be counted as aid?

vi

  • 1 (enumerate) contar* can't you count? ¿(es que) no sabes contar? I counted (up) to ninety-two conté hasta noventa y dos to count in tens contar* de diez en diez counting from Tuesday a partir del martes
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    • Her eyes were squeezed shut, gritting her teeth so hard her jaw ached, attempting to count to ten in order to help calm herself down.
    • At one point I could calculate the calorie, fat and carbohydrate content of a fully laden buffet table in my head, even though I normally can't count to 20 without taking off my shoes.
    • He claimed to be able to count to 100 now, although I didn't put it to the test…
  • 2 2.1 (be valid) contar* that doesn't count eso no cuenta or no vale 2.2 (matter) contar* every minute counts cada minuto cuenta every penny counts muchos pocos hacen un mucho he doesn't have too many friends who count (of importance) no tiene muchos amigos de peso (close) no tiene muchos amigos de verdad
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    • Logically, in a ‘normal’ election, governance issues should count significantly.
    • Critics' views count only when they echo the public's, she says.
    • When it mattered, when it counted, you were there, and that's what should count.

Phrasal verbs

count against

verb + preposition + object/verbo + preposición + complemento perjudicar* his age counted against him su edad fue un factor negativo or lo perjudicó 1.1verb + object + preposition + object/verbo + complemento + preposición + complemento don't count it against her no se lo tengas en cuenta

count down

verb + adverb/verbo + adverbio
we're counting down to Christmas already ya estamos contando los días que faltan para Navidad

count for

verb + preposition + object/verbo + preposición + complemento
contar* your opinion counts for a great deal/won't count for much tu opinión importa mucho/no va a contar mucho

count in

verb + object + adverb/verbo + complemento + adverbio
incluir* you can count me in cuenten conmigo, yo me apunto [colloquial/familiar], yo me anoto (Southern Cone/Cono Sur) [colloquial/familiar]

count on

verb + preposition + object/verbo + preposición + complemento
1.1 (rely on) [friend/help] contar* con she'll be late, you can count on it va a llegar tarde, de eso puedes estar seguro or eso puedes darlo por descontado I wouldn't count on getting the job yo que tú no me confiaría en que te van a dar el trabajo can I count on you to be discreet? ¿puedo confiar en tu discreción? we were counting on her for support contábamos con que nos apoyaría 1.2 (expect) esperar we hadn't counted on that happening no esperábamos que fuera a pasar eso

count out

verb + object + adverb/verbo + complemento + adverbio on those terms, you can count me out si esas son las condiciones, a mí no me incluyan or no cuenten conmigo a revival of the movement can't be counted out no se puede descartar un resurgimiento del movimiento 1.1verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object/verbo + complemento + adverbio, verbo + adverbio + complemento 2.1 [money/objects] contar* (uno por uno) 2.2 [boxer] contarle* hasta out a the bell rang before he could be counted out la campana sonó antes de que terminara la cuenta or (Colombia) el conteo

count toward

(British English/inglés británico) count towards verb + preposition + object/verbo + preposición + complemento
contar* para these marks count toward the final grade estas notas cuentan or son tenidas en cuenta para la calificación final

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Word of the day insensible
adj
insensitive …
Cultural fact of the day

In Mexico, today is Conmemoración de la Proclamación de la Independencia. Throughout the country, at 11 o'clock at night, there is a communal shout, El Grito, in memory of Padre Hidalgo's cry of independence from the Spanish in the town of Dolores.