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  1. counting

    • IPA[ˈkoun(t)iNG]

    美式

    • prep.
      taking account of when reaching a total; including
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    • 1. taking account of when reaching a total; including there were three of us in the family, or four counting my pet rabbit the college had 139 employees, not counting those engaged in routine clerical work
    • v.
      determine the total number of (a collection of items): I started to count the stars I could see they counted up their change
    • n.
      an act of determining the total number of something: at the last count, fifteen applications were still outstanding the party's only candidate was eliminated at the first count

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • v.
      determine the total number of (a collection of items): I started to count the stars I could see they counted up their change
    • n.
      an act of determining the total number of something: at the last count, fifteen applications were still outstanding the party's only candidate was eliminated at the first count

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a European nobleman whose rank corresponds to that of an English earl.

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    • n.
      a foreign nobleman whose rank corresponds to that of an earl.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      used to say that a figure is constantly increasing

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      an office or building in which the accounts and money of a person or company were kept.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      used to say that a figure is constantly increasing

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    • n.
      an enclosure into which shorn or dipped sheep are released to be counted: he watched the shorn lamb run into the counting-out pen

    Oxford Dictionary

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    英式

    • prep.
      taking account of when reaching a total; including: there were three of us in the family, or four counting my pet rabbit the college had 139 employees, not counting those engaged in routine clerical work

    Oxford Dictionary