to count

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Englisch - Türkisch
sayı saymak

Çok sayıda ülke tarıma dayalıdır. - Many countries depend on agriculture.

O, sayısız makbuz ve banka kayıtlarıyla ilgili yaptığı hesaplamalara dayandırarak, bilgisayarında tam bir mali kayıt yaptı. - He made a complete financial record on his computer, basing his calculations on countless receipts and bank records.

önemi olmak

Uçuşundan en az bir saat önce kontuara gel, lütfen. - Please come to the counter at least an hour before your flight.

Japon Hava Yolları kontuarı nerede? - Where is the Japan Airlines counter?


O, sayısız makbuz ve banka kayıtlarıyla ilgili yaptığı hesaplamalara dayandırarak, bilgisayarında tam bir mali kayıt yaptı. - He made a complete financial record on his computer, basing his calculations on countless receipts and bank records.

Abaküsler hesaplama aracıdır. - Abacuses are counting devices.

{i} hesaba katma

Sadece gücümüzü hesaba katmalıydık. - We had to count on our strength only.

Tom bunu hesaba katmamıştı. - Tom hadn't counted on this.

hesaba katmak
{i} önemseme

Bütün oy pusulalarını saymak zorundayız. - We have to count all of the ballots.

Saymada yanlış yapmamaya özen göstermelisin. - You must be accurate in counting.

gözü ile bakmak
sayısını bulmak

Ülkenin toplam nüfusu 300 milyondur. - The total population of the country is 300 million.

O, az bilinen ülkeler hakkındaki gerçekleri toplamak için dünyayı dolaşıyor. - He travels about the world gathering facts about little known countries.

(Kanun,Ticaret) hesap etmek
(Bilgisayar) yinelemesayısı
(Bilgisayar) count
(Ticaret) hesap etme
(Teknik,Tekstil) iplik numarası
(Havacılık) atkı veya çözgü sayısı

Hiç kimse ülkeme güvenmek istemez. - Nobody wants to trust my country.

Hiç kimse ülkeme güvenmek istemedi. - Nobody wanted to trust my country.

önemli olmak

Tokyo borsasında, aşağı yukarı 450 şirketin hisse senetleri sayaç üzerinde işlem gördü. - In the Tokyo stock market, stocks of about 450 companies are traded over the counter.

Kızgınsan ona kadar; çok kızgınsan yüze kadar say. - When angry, count ten; when very angry, a hundred.

olarak saymak

Son yıllarda, bazı Müslüman ülkeler zenginleşmiş ve dünyanın dikkatini çekmişlerdir. - In recent years, some Muslim countries have prospered and attracted the attention of the world.

Sonunda, dikkatlice geri saymaya başladılar. - At last, they began to count down cautiously.


Başkalarının ceplerindeki parayı saymak iyi değildir ama ilginçtir. - Counting money in other people's pockets isn't good, but it's interesting.

Zaten verdiğin her şeyi saymak iyi değil. - It's not good to count all the things that you have already given.

şikayet maddesi
olduğunu düşünmek
değeri olmak
(sayı) saymak
içine almak

it s ı count.

dava maddesi
sayı saymak
take the count boksta yere serilip kalkamamak
on sayma
Iose count hesabı şaşırmak
dava ve şikâyet fıkrası
keep count sıra ile saymak
{f} 1. sayı saymak: Do you know how to count? Saymayı biliyor musun? She can only count from one to ten. Ancak birden ona kadar sayabiliyor. 2
{i} huk. (dava dilekçesi veya iddianamede sayılan) suçlama
say,v.say: n.sayma
(Nükleer Bilimler) sayım

Yaz sayımınızı yapın. - Make your summer count.

Yılbaşı için geri sayım başladı. - The countdown for the New Year has begun.

sayı saymak: Do you know how to count? Saymayı biliyor musun? She can only count from one to ten. Ancak birden ona kadar sayabiliyor. 2
Englisch - Englisch
To determine the number (of objects in a group)

There are three apples; count them.

The male ruler of a county; also known as an earl, especially in England. The female equivalent is countess
The result of a tally that reveals the number of items in a set; a quantity counted
The number of balls and strikes, respectively, on a batter's in-progress plate appearance

He has a 3-2 count with the bases loaded.

To be an example of something

Apples count as a type of fruit.

The act of counting or tallying a quantity
To consider something an example of something

I count apples as a type of fruit.

To be of significance; to matter

Your views don't count here.

A charge of misconduct brought in a legal proceeding
To enumerate the digits of one's numeral system

Can you count to a hundred?.

{f} enumerate; take into account
a nobleman (in various countries) having rank equal to a British earl
show consideration for; take into account; "You must consider her age"; "The judge considered the offender's youth and was lenient"
Returns the number of entries in the dictionary
Unless noted, the number of projects shown excludes the number of administrative supplements
{n} a foreign title, tale, number, declaration
{v} to reckon, tell, esteem, depend
You use count when referring to the level or amount of something that someone or something has. A glass or two of wine will not significantly add to the calorie count see also blood count, pollen count
A Count is a European nobleman with the same rank as an English earl. Her father was a Polish Count
If something counts or is counted as a particular thing, it is regarded as being that thing, especially in particular circumstances or under particular rules. No one agrees on what counts as a desert Two of the trucks were stopped because they had tents in them, and under the commanders' definition of humanitarian aid, that didn't count They can count it as a success
In law, a count is one of a number of charges brought against someone in court. He was indicted by a grand jury on two counts of murder
When you count, you say all the numbers one after another up to a particular number. He was counting slowly under his breath Brian counted to twenty and lifted his binoculars
If something or someone counts for something or counts, they are important or valuable. Surely it doesn't matter where charities get their money from: what counts is what they do with it When I first came to college I realised that brainpower didn't count for much = matter
A count is the action of counting a particular set of things, or the number that you get when you have counted them. The final count in last month's referendum showed 56.7 per cent in favour
If you say that someone should stand up and be counted, you mean that they should say publicly what they think, and not hide it or be ashamed of it. Those involved and benefiting from the scandal must be prepared to stand up and be counted
If you keep count of a number of things, you note or keep a record of how many have occurred. If you lose count of a number of things, you cannot remember how many have occurred. The authorities say they are not able to keep count of the bodies still being found as helicopters search the area She'd lost count of the interviews she'd been called for
You can use count to refer to one or more points that you are considering. For example, if someone is wrong on two counts, they are wrong in two ways. `You drink Scotch,' she said. `All Republicans drink Scotch.' --- `Wrong on both counts. I'm a Democrat, and I drink bourbon.'
to count your blessings: see blessing. or earl European title of nobility, ranking in modern times directly below a marquess or (in countries without marquesses) a duke. In England the title of earl is the equivalent of count and ranks above a viscount. The wife of a count or earl is a countess. The Roman comes ("count") was originally a household companion of the emperor; under the Franks he was a local commander and judge. The counts were later incorporated into the feudal structure, some becoming subordinate to dukes, though a few countships were as great as duchies. As royal authority was reasserted over the feudatories, which took place at different times in the different kingdoms, the counts lost their political authority, though they retained their privileges as members of the nobility. Aehrenthal Aloys Count Lexa von Alfieri Vittorio Count Amadeus the Green Count Andrássy Gyula Count Arakcheyev Aleksey Andreyevich Count Basie Count Berchtold Leopold count von Bernadotte af Wisborg Folke Count Bernstorff Johann Heinrich count von Beust Friedrich Ferdinand count von Caprivi Georg Leo count von Cavour Camillo Benso count di Chambord Henri Dieudonné d'Artois count de Ciano Galeazzo count di Cortellazzo Conrad von Hötzendorf Franz Xaver Josef Count Frontenac Louis de Buade count de Palluau and de Gama Vasco da 1st count da Vidigueira Gneisenau August Wilhelm Anton Count Neidhardt von Gobineau Joseph Arthur count de Grandi Dino count di Mordano Ignatyev Nikolay Pavlovich Count Izvolsky Aleksandr Petrovich Count Károlyi Mihály Count count de L'Empire Bruno count von Egisheim und Dagsburg Loris Melikov Mikhail Tariyelovich Count Louis Stanislas Xavier count de Provence Moltke Helmuth Karl Bernhard count von Montalembert Charles Forbes René count de Nesselrode Karl Robert Vasilyevich Count Orlov Aleksey Grigoryevich Count Orlov Grigory Grigoryevich Count Oxenstierna af Södermöre Axel Gustafsson Count Pico della Mirandola Giovanni conte count di Concordia Radetzky Joseph Count Rochambeau Jean Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur count de Roon Albrecht Theodor Emil count von Donatien Alphonse François count de Sade Saxe Hermann Maurice count de Sforza Carlo Count Speransky Mikhail Mikhaylovich Count Suvorov Aleksandr Vasilyevich Count Széchenyi István Count Taaffe Eduard count von Teleki Pál Count Tilly Johann Tserclaes count von Tisza István Count Tolstoy Aleksey Konstantinovich Count Tolstoy Aleksey Nikolayevich Count Lev Nikolayevich Count Tolstoy Uvarov Sergey Semyonovich Count Vergennes Charles Gravier count de Vigny Alfred Victor count de Count of Valor Don Luchino Visconti count di Modrone Witte Sergey Yulyevich Count Yorck von Wartenburg Johann David Ludwig Count Mac Mahon Marie Edme Patrice Maurice count de Maurits prince van Oranje count van Nassau Mirabeau Honoré Gabriel Riqueti count de Aberdeen George Hamilton Gordon 4th earl of Alexander Harold Rupert Leofric George Alexander 1st Earl Asquith Herbert Henry 1st earl of Oxford and Asquith Attlee Clement Richard 1st Earl Attlee of Walthamstow Baldwin of Bewdley Stanley Baldwin 1st Earl Balfour of Whittingehame Arthur James 1st Earl Birkenhead Frederick Edwin Smith 1st earl of James Earl Breslin Browder Earl Russell Burger Warren Earl Bute John Stuart 3rd earl of Cadogan William 1st Earl Cardigan James Thomas Brudenell 7th earl of James Earl Carter Cecil Robert 1st earl of Salisbury Clarendon Edward Hyde 1st earl of Clarendon George William Frederick Villiers 4th earl of Cornwallis Charles Cornwallis 1st Marquess and 2nd Earl Cromer Evelyn Baring 1st earl of Cromwell Thomas earl of Essex Derby Edward George Geoffrey Smith Stanley 14th earl of Disraeli Benjamin earl of Beaconsfield Dodge William Earl Dongan Thomas 2nd earl of Limerick Durham John George Lambton 1st earl of Eden Robert Anthony 1st earl of Avon Elgin James Bruce 8th earl of Essex Robert Devereux 2nd earl of Essex Robert Devereux 3rd earl of Essex Walter Devereux 1st earl of French John Denton Pinkstone 1st earl of Ypres Grey Charles Grey 2nd Earl Haig Douglas 1st Earl Halifax Edward Frederick Lindley Wood 1st earl of Harley Robert 1st earl of Oxford Henry Tudor earl of Richmond Hines Earl Kenneth Howe Richard Howe Earl Jellicoe John Rushworth Jellicoe 1st Earl Jones James Earl Leicester Robert Dudley earl of Liverpool Robert Banks Jenkinson 2nd earl of Lloyd George of Dwyfor David Lloyd George Earl Mansfield William Murray 1st earl of Earl of Leicester Montrose James Graham 5th earl and 1st marquess of Morton James Douglas 4th earl of earl of Guilford Northampton Henry Howard earl of Earl of Kent Ormonde James Butler 12th earl and 1st duke of Oxford Edward de Vere 17th earl of 1st earl of Chatham Earl Powell Ray James Earl John Stewart earl of Carrick Rochester John Wilmot 2nd earl of Rosse William Parsons 3rd earl of Russell Bertrand Arthur William 3rd Earl Russell Russell of Kingston Russell John Russell 1st Earl Sackville Thomas 1st earl of Dorset Sandwich John Montagu 4th earl of Shaftesbury Anthony Ashley Cooper 1st earl of Shaftesbury Anthony Ashley Cooper 3rd earl of Shaftesbury Anthony Ashley Cooper 7th earl of Shrewsbury Charles Talbot duke and 12th earl of Southampton Thomas Wriothesley 1st earl of Southampton Henry Wriothesley 3rd earl of Stanhope James Stanhope 1st Earl Stanhope Charles Stanhope 3rd Earl Stirling William Alexander 1st earl of Strafford Thomas Wentworth 1st earl of Suffolk Thomas Howard 1st earl of Sunderland Robert Spencer 2nd earl of Surrey Henry Howard earl of Tyrone Hugh O'Neill 2nd earl of Walpole Horace 4th earl of Orford Walpole Robert 1st earl of Orford Warren Earl Warwick Earl of Bulwer Lytton Edward George Earl Earl Kitchener of Khartoum and of Broome Maurice Harold Macmillan 1st earl of Stockton Viscount Macmillan of Ovenden Mountbatten of Burma Louis Mountbatten 1st Earl Rosebery Archibald Philip Primrose 5th earl of Wavell of Eritrea and of Winchester Archibald Percival Wavell 1st Earl
If someone is out for the count, they are unconscious or very deeply asleep
If you count something when you are making a calculation, you include it in that calculation. It's under 7 percent only because statistics don't count the people who aren't qualified to be in the work force The years before their arrival in prison are not counted as part of their sentence. = include
You use count in expressions such as a count of three or a count of ten when you are measuring a length of time by counting slowly up to a certain number. Hold your breath for a count of five, then slowly breathe out
If you count all the things in a group, you add them up in order to find how many there are. I counted the money. It was more than five hundred pounds I counted 34 wild goats grazing With more than 90 percent of the votes counted, the Liberals should win nearly a third of the seats. Count up means the same as count. Couldn't we just count up our ballots and bring them to the courthouse? + counting count·ing The counting of votes is proceeding smoothly
the total number counted; "a blood count"
The number of called balls and strikes on a hitter
is the number of entities in a product Usually the Count is 1, but it's more if several entities are bundled together in a pack For example, a 6-pack of 12 floz cans of soda has a Count of 6 when purchased If 2 have already been consumed, it has a Count of 4 A 12-pack of baseballs has a Count of 12 when purchased See also Size and In Depth: Entering Product Size
The male ruler of a county. Also known as an earl, especially in England. (The female equivalent is countess.)
Number of pins knocked down on the first ball of each frame
refers to the number of openings per linear inch
have weight; have import, carry weight; "It does not matter much"
To place to an account; to ascribe or impute; to consider or esteem as belonging
have faith or confidence in; "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"
Unless noted, the total number of grants shown, excluding administrative supplements
The number of pins knocked down with the first ball in a frame
To take account or note; with To plead orally; to argue a matter in court; to recite a count
To enumerate the digits of ones numeral system
a nobleman (in various countries) having rank equal to a British earl the total number counted; "a blood count"
Returns a count of the number of items in the range in the argument
To reckon; to rely; to depend; with on or upon
the act of counting; "the counting continued for several hours" a nobleman (in various countries) having rank equal to a British earl the total number counted; "a blood count" include as if by counting; "I can count my colleagues in the opposition" have faith or confidence in; "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" name or recite the numbers; "The toddler could count to 100" determine the number or amount of; "Can you count the books on your shelf?"; "Count your change" have weight; have import, carry weight; "It does not matter much" put into a group; "The academy counts several Nobel Prize winners among its members
determine the number or amount of; "Can you count the books on your shelf?"; "Count your change"
Counted number, quantity
To number or be counted; to possess value or carry weight; hence, to increase or add to the strength or influence of some party or interest; as, every vote counts; accidents count for nothing
The number of pins knocked down on the first ball
(Cnt): The number of recovery records for a particular year
A nobleman on the continent of Europe, equal in rank to an English earl
A formal statement of the plaintiff's case in court; in a more technical and correct sense, a particular allegation or charge in a declaration or indictment, separately setting forth the cause of action or prosecution
Each trick counts as 1 point (there are seven tricks), the and count 10 points each and the , , and count as 5 points each for a total of 42 points per hand
count Returns the number of entries currently in the dictionary
A numbering system used to indicate the fineness of yarn The length of yarn that can be spun from a set mass of wool
{i} counting, numbering; amount; European nobleman
find the number of -- " ignore the direction and just count from zero " (49)
To esteem; to account; to reckon; to think, judge, or consider
In a fabric, the number of warp ends, the number of filling picks, or both in a square inch of fabric
The number of hanks of finished yarn, each 840 yards long, that can be made from one pound of cotton So, the higher the count, the finer the thread
One of the built in functions found in SQL and Access that can be used in queries, forms and reports to determine the number of different values of an attribute in a query, form or report
take account of; "You have to reckon with our opponents"; "Count on the monsoon"
1) Number size of a yarn 2) Number of ends and picks per inch of a weave, or their sum, as 200 count sheeting
The result of a tally that reveals the number of items in a set
(mesh cloth) - The number of openings per linear inch, measured from the center of any wire
Türkisch - Englisch
(Bilgisayar) count
to count

    Türkische aussprache

    tı kaunt


    /tə ˈkount/ /tə ˈkaʊnt/


    [ t&, tu, 'tü ] (preposition.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English tO; akin to Old High German zuo to, Latin donec as long as, until.


    ... will count ...
    ... little better than the calorie count but it's clear you need practice at both. ...

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