Count me in.
A poor school record will count against you when you look for a job.
A man who angers easily should learn to count to ten - it calms trouble like pouring oil on troubled waters.
Write two expressions that are followed by either count or non-count nouns in conversation.
If there's no life after death, then you'd better make this life count.
Early man used his fingers and toes to count the animals he owned, or the measures of grain he had stored.
Count as one fractions of half a yen and over, but ignore those of less.
Surrounded by hordes of vampires, Christopher Columbus once had an epic sword duel with Count Dracula in the latter's castle. After the Count cut off Columbus's hand, Columbus calmly picked it up, put it back in place, and proceeded to best the Count.
Oi you, that's too much of a rip off by anyone's count! 6:4 is more than enough. Of course I'm the '6'.
You are wrong on almost every count; I think you have to reconsider your argumentation.
It doesn't count. What is the total passenger count? I'll count up to ten. She quickly counted the money.
Lgs that are used only as a 2nd lg are excluded from these counts.
People who count their chickens before they are hatched act very wisely because chickens run about so absurdly that it's impossible to count them accurately.
You mustn't be late, OK? "But if the teacher's late too it doesn't count, right?"
I would be bored if I had to count to five hundred twenty-four thousand three hundred seventy-two.
English word "compter"(count) occurs in sets:500 most important French verbs 376 - 400Fiches du livre - "Mixed Faces" (Roy Norton)Fiches du livre - "Mothers to Men" (Zona Gale)Fiches du livre - "May Brooke" (Anna H. Dorsey)Les 500 verbes anglais les plus courants 376 - 400
Katie reckons that we should call our business "Poppy's Plants", but I disagree.
Well, I think it’ll work. What do you reckon?
I reckon that
The rescue flight had to reckon with strong winds and freezing temperatures.
Subdued girls are generally the prettiest I reckon. The loud, bustling ones are awful.
You can always reckon on me.
Ah, I reckon you go straight down this prefectural road ...
What you reckon we oughta do, Jem?
Reckon the cost before you decide to purchase the car.
his debts were reckoned at $300,000
„his debts were reckoned at $300,000” = calculate = reckon; „he reckons that the army should pull out entirely” = believe, think
Angela quickly reckoned the amount on her fingers.
they had reckoned on a day or two more of privacy
He reckoned he would be paid far more as a principal dancer with American Ballet Theatre
We’ve done all we can, I reckon. reckon he’ll win. Do you reckon you’ll be able to come? Moving house is reckoned to be one of the most stressful things you can do.
English word "compter"(reckon) occurs in sets:Fiches du livre - "Heart of the West" (O. Henry)Fiches du livre - "Dartmoor" (Arthur L. Salmon)Fiches du livre - "He Knew Lincoln" (Ida M. Tarbell)Fiches du livre - "Why we should read" (S. P. B. M...Fiches du livre - "The Drummer's Coat" (J. W. Fort...