regard as, consider
action of counting; number reached by counting
any of a group of offences of which a person is accused
"a blood count"
"the counting continued for several hours"
"Can you count the books on your shelf?"
"Count your change"
"It does not matter much"
"You must consider her age"
"The judge considered the offender's youth and was lenient"
"The toddler could count to 100"
"The academy counts several Nobel Prize winners among its members"
"I can count my colleagues in the opposition"
"each answer counts as three points"
"you can count on me to help you any time"
"Look to your friends for support"
"You can bet on that!"
"Depend on your family in times of crisis"
"You have to reckon with our opponents"
"Count on the monsoon"
In actual count of time, he was no longer in his first youth.
出自： P. G. Wodehouse
About fifty titles, at the present count.
出自： M. Moorcock
'One, two, three...'; the seekers..began to count their hundred, aloud.
出自： Aldous Huxley
He counted the flies on the ceiling.
出自： E. Birney
最近发生的这一政治事件无疑会影响两国的和平进程。 count sth against sb
He is young and inexperienced, but please do not count that against him.
Family background could hardly have been counted against her.
Her poetry is counted among the best-known this century.
Mark Twain was counted among the greatest writers of the century.
For the convenience of our classification, any over eighteen years old counts as an adult.
控制站的人员已经开始倒数秒数了。 count sth ⇔ down
The spaceship is already being counted down.
She has realized it is a serious mistake to regard me as a little kid who counts for nothing.
In their eyes wealth counted for a great deal, education for very little.
Go and see how many chairs we have in that classroom, but don't count in the broken ones.
报数! count sth ⇔ off
Will you count off the figures one by one so that I can write them down?
能不能请你把那些数字逐个报一下,这样我好记下来。 count sb ⇔ off
He counted off five men to help with the job.
Don't always count on others for help, you are old enough to do the work by yourself.
They counted on foreign investment to stimulate their economy.
他们想依靠外国投资来刺激他们的经济。 count on〔upon〕 sb to-v
Don't count on other people to help you out of trouble.
I know of at least two people who can be counted on to support us.
我知道至少有两个人可以指望会支持我们。 count on〔upon〕 v-ing
I had counted on having it completed by March.
We are counting on selling at least 5000 copies of the book.
I had not counted on meeting her here this morning.
Don't count on going abroad this summer, we may not have enough money.
Mind,I count on your keeping the promise.
听着,我指望着你信守诺言。 count on〔upon〕 sb/sth v-ing
Please count on me doing my best.
We can count on the weather being fine.
这个小姑娘只有大声数数,才能记得住数字。 count sth ⇔ out
She counted out fifteen pence and passed it to the salesgirl.
There is no need to tell the kids that the number of stars cannot be counted out.
没必要告诉孩子们星星是数不清的。 count sb out
You can count me out of this little plan of yours.
Those who have not yet sent in applications should be counted out.
The men counted up the money carefully.
那些人仔细地清点钱数。 count up to sth
Count up to ten before you open your eyes.