a class of word used along with numbers to count objects and events, typically mass nouns. Although rare and optional in English (e.g. "20 head of cattle"), they are numerous and required in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean
If you counter something that someone has said, you say something which shows that you disagree with them or which proves that they are wrong. Both of them had to counter fierce criticism The union countered with letters rebutting the company's claims The Prime Minister countered by stating that he had grave misgivings about the advice he had been given `But Peter, it's not that simple,' Goldstone countered in a firm voice
(aka: hit counter): A feature placed on a web page to count the number of times that page is visited Counters are useful for in-house curiosity but not regarded as credible if used to sell ads More commonly, if you were selling banner space on a successful high traffic web site - an advertiser would use other more technical means to get an audit of your traffic Typically your ISP can provide monthly or daily audits to you by automated e-mail
A misdirection run by design and intended to go against the pursuit of the defense For example, the quarterback can fake a lateral toss to one back who is heading in one direction parallel to the line of scrimmage He's the decoy The quarterback then tuns and hands off to the remaining runner in the backfield, generally the fullback, who runs toward the middle of the line, hoping to find an opening between either guard and the center
A table or board on which money is counted and over which business is transacted; a long, narrow table or bench, on which goods are laid for examination by purchasers, or on which they are weighed or measured
A number on many web pages that will count the number of hits Basically it counts the number of people that have visited that page However, the number can be altered by the person whose page it is - thus, it is relatively meaningless
If a medicine can be bought over the counter, you do not need a prescription to buy it. Are you taking any other medicines whether on prescription or bought over the counter? basic over-the-counter remedies
In a place such as a shop or café, a counter is a long narrow table or flat surface at which customers are served. those fellows we see working behind the counter at our local video rental store. the cosmetics counter
In the WWW context, a counter is a program that keeps track of the number of visits for a web page The counter is often implemented as a CGI application Often such programs also keep track of other related information, such as IP addresses, times of the day for each visit, browser type, etc
If you do something to counter a particular action or process, you do something which has an opposite effect to it or makes it less effective. The leadership discussed a plan of economic measures to counter the effects of such a blockade Sears then countered by filing an antitrust lawsuit
table consisting of a horizontal surface over which business is transacted a calculator that keeps a record of the number of times something happens a piece of leather forming the back of a shoe game equipment used in various card or board games the piece of leather that fits the heel (computer science) a register whose contents go through a regular series of states (usually states indicating consecutive integers) a person who counts things speak in response; "He countered with some very persuasive arguments"
If someone buys or sells goods under the counter, they buy or sell them secretly and illegally. The smugglers allegedly sold the gold under the counter, cheating the VAT man out of £5 million. Counter Reformation Geiger counter Geiger Müller counter over the counter market
1 A turn on one foot in which the skater changes direction but not edge, producing a trace which is a section of one circle before the turn and a section of another circle of opposite curvature after the turn The cusp of the turn points outwards from the center of the circle preceding the turn and inwards towards the center of the circle following the turn 2 Any compulsory figure consisting of three circles in which counter turns are used to transition from the center circle to the end circles
A program that allows you to know the number of hits to your site Often it is able to track a number of statistics including: raw vs return hits, browsers used to view your site, country/location of surfer coming to your site and much more Some counter programs also count your outgoing traffic to help you track your hits to partnership and other sponsored programs
If one thing runs counter to another, or if one thing is counter to another, the first thing is the opposite of the second thing or conflicts with it. Much of the plan runs counter to European agriculture and environmental policy
20 dilde online sözlük. 20 milyondan fazla sözcük ve anlamı üç farklı aksanda dinleme seçeneği. Cümle ve Videolar ile zenginleştirilmiş içerik. Etimoloji, Eş ve Zıt anlamlar, kelime okunuşları ve günün kelimesi. Yazım Türkçeleştirici ile hatalı Türkçe metinleri düzeltme. iOS, Android ve Windows mobil platformlarda online ve offline sözlük programları. Sesli Sözlük garantisinde Profesyonel çeviri hizmetleri. İngilizce kelime haznenizi arttıracak kelime oyunları. Ayarlar bölümünü kullarak çevirisini görmek istediğiniz sözlükleri seçme ve aynı zamanda sözlüklerin gösterim sırasını ayarlama imkanı. Kelimelerin seslendirilişini otomatik dinlemek için ayarlardan isteğiniz aksanı seçebilirsiniz.