Inglés - Hindi

hindi traducción de count

Frecuencia de uso de la palabra

count

/kaʊnt काउन्ट्/
Formas de la palabra:counts, counting, counted
1. verbo intransitivo
When you count, you say all the numbers in order up to a particular number.
गिनती करना
Brian counted slowly to twenty.

2. verbo transitivo, verbo frasal
If you count all the things in a group, or if you count them up, you add them up to see how many there are.
गिनना/गिन लेना
I counted the money. They counted up all the extra hours the staff had worked.

3. sustantivo contable
A count is the action of counting, or the number that you get after counting.
गणना nf
At the last count, 26.8% of houses in the United Kingdom had only one person living in them.

4. verbo intransitivo
If something or someone counts for something, or if they count, they are important or valuable.
महत्वपूर्ण होना
Personal happiness counts for a lot. Their opinions don't count.

5. verbo intransitivo
If something counts as a particular thing, it is regarded as being that thing.
गिना जानाशामिल होना
He wants to be counted as a good man.

6. sustantivo contable, título sustantivo
A Count is a male member of the nobility.
काउंट या सामंत mn

7. frase
If you keep count of a number of things, you keep a record of how many have occurred. If you lose count of a number of things, you cannot remember how many have occurred.
सही हिसाब रखनागिनती भूलना
She's lost count of the number of jobs she's had.
count against
If something counts against you, it may cause you to be punished or rejected.
उल्टा पड़नाप्रतिकूल प्रभाव डालना
The footballer's history of injury counts against him.
count on or count upon
If you count on someone or something, you rely on them to support you.
भरोसा करना
I can always count on you to cheer me up.
count out
If you count out a sum of money, you count it as you put the notes or coins in a pile.
गिनकर अलग करना
count up
see count 2
count upon

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Video: pronunciation of 'count'

Ejemplos de frases que contienen count

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The three are each charged with three counts of murder and were remanded in custody.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
But offences by released prisoners were counted for two years.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Focus your attention on the movement of your diaphragm and count 20 breaths in and out.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Here is the easiest way to keep count.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
It is that last quality that counts.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The penalty count involved eight individual failings and one failure of leadership.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Then stop counting and quietly continue to observe your breathing.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Work plans take off as you discover that enthusiasm and dedication count for just as much as formal qualifications.
The Sun (2014)
The only thing that matters is when the first bell goes and the referee counts to ten.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Today football is too commercial and you can count the amount of good players on one hand.
The Sun (2010)
Tradition and fanbase can still count for something.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
What counts as success for your team?
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
We know that the only two things that count in life are genetics and wealth.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
His wife was convicted of three counts of acquiring criminal property and one count of converting it.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Is he just sitting there counting his own money?
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Now you've made me lose count.
The Sun (2013)
Others admitted various counts of theft, fraud or laundering.
The Sun (2011)
Twelve jurors convicted you guilty of three felony counts beyond reasonable doubt.
The Sun (2016)
We lost count of the number of lists and figures he trotted out to defend his position.
The Sun (2010)
They do not want him to be slowly drained by counting the months until the next match.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Two individuals were required to be present at all times when offerings are handled and counted.
Christianity Today (2000)
Your attitude again counts for a lot.
Standen, Chris Superdog! Action plans that work for a happy and well-behaved pet (1990)

Tendencias de count

Muy común. count es una de las 4000 palabras más usadas del Diccionario Collins.

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count en Otros Idiomas

Inglés británico: count /kaʊnt/ VERB
say numbers in order When you count, you say numbers in order, one after the other.
I counted from one to ten.
  • Inglés americano: count
  • Árabe: يَحْسَبُ
  • Portugués brasileño: contar
  • Chino:
  • Croata: brojiti
  • Checo: počítat
  • Danés: tælle
  • Holandés: tellen
  • Español europeo: contar numerar
  • Finlandés: laskea lukumäärä ym.
  • Francés: compter
  • Alemán: zählen
  • Griego: μετρώ
  • Italiano: contare
  • Japonés: 数える
  • Coreano: 세다
  • Noruego: telle
  • Polaco: policzyć
  • Portugués: contar
  • Rumano: a număra
  • Ruso: считать называть числа по порядку
  • Español: contar numerar
  • Sueco: räkna
  • Tailandés: นับ
  • Turco: saymak
  • Ucraniano: рахувати
  • Vietnamita: đếm
Inglés británico: count /kaʊnt/ VERB
add up When you count all the things in a group, you add them up to see how many there are.
The teacher counted the students in the class.
  • Inglés americano: count
  • Árabe: يَحْسُبُ
  • Portugués brasileño: contar
  • Chino:
  • Croata: brojati
  • Checo: spočítat
  • Danés: tælle
  • Holandés: tellen
  • Español europeo: contar
  • Finlandés: laskea
  • Francés: compter
  • Alemán: zählen
  • Griego: μετρώ
  • Italiano: contare
  • Japonés: ・・・を数える
  • Coreano: 수를 세다
  • Noruego: telle
  • Polaco: liczyć
  • Portugués: contar
  • Rumano: a număra
  • Ruso: пересчитать
  • Español: contar
  • Sueco: räkna
  • Tailandés: นับ
  • Turco: saymak
  • Ucraniano: рахувати
  • Vietnamita: đếm
Inglés británico: count NOUN
A count is the action of counting a particular set of things, or the number that you get when you have counted them.
The final count in last month's referendum showed 56.7 per cent in favour.

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