a narrow table or flat surface at which customers are served in a shop, bank, etc.
an electrical apparatus that counts
oppose; move or act in opposition
in the opposite direction to sth; in opposition to sth; contrary to sth
"it brought a sharp rejoinder from the teacher"
"a counter may be used to stiffen the material around the heel and to give support to the foot"
"He countered with some very persuasive arguments"
The loose swinging movement, the twist and counter twist.
出自： K. Clark
This idea was so counter to Shevek's habits of thinking that..he suppressed it at once.
出自： U. Le Guin
The revolutionary ideas of the man were countered by the inflexible Toryism of the woman.
出自： J. C. Powys
Sigismund voted clearly so, and Jobst said nothing counter.
His young opponent counters with his left.
The debater countered with another argument.
If you say anything to Jane, she's likely to counter with a bitter remark.
如果你对简说点什么,她很可能用尖言利语来反驳你。 counter sth with sth
He countered my proposal with one of his own.
The chairman countered the committee member's suggestion with another question.