Definition of 'keep count'
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The bands were stamped with ink to keep count of services rendered. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Keep tabs on your mental butler and keep counting your mental spoons. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Here is the easiest way to keep count. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Wait until your glass is completely empty to refill so you can keep count of how much you are drinking. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Nobody keeps count of illegal immigrants. The Sun (2007)Now there are so many you can't keep count. The Sun (2013)Needing to know when the opponents have run out, you must keep count. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It was getting hard to keep count of all the Brazilian chances. The Sun (2013)As you keep counting, something rather strange seems to happen. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I set myself a target and then kept count. The Sun (2011)He has been keeping count. Times, Sunday Times (2009)When you're going as well as this you don't keep count. The Sun (2006)I don't keep count of how much the house costs to run - save to say that it is a lot. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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