Synonyms of count in English:

count


See definition of count

verb

1‘he was counting a stack of dollar bills’

SYNONYMS
add up, add together, find the sum of, sum up, reckon up, figure up, calculate, compute, enumerate, total, tally, add
British tot up
dated cast up

2‘you do need to be accurate in counting calories’

SYNONYMS
keep a tally of, keep a count of, keep a record of
count up, count off, enumerate, tell, work out

3‘there were seventy people backstage, not counting the actors’

SYNONYMS
include, take into account, take account of, take into consideration, allow for, incorporate

4‘I count it a privilege to be asked to become chairman’

SYNONYMS
consider, think, feel, regard, look on as, view as, see as, hold to be, judge, adjudge, rate as, deem to be, account, esteem

5‘I was made to feel that, because I'm not married, my baby and I don't count’

SYNONYMS
matter, enter into consideration, be of consequence, be of account, be significant, signify, mean anything, mean a lot, amount to anything, rate, be important, be influential, carry weight, weigh, make an impression
informal cut any ice, have any clout

noun

1‘at the last count, the committee had 579 members’

SYNONYMS
calculation, enumeration, computation, reckoning, counting, telling, tally, tallying, totting up
poll, census, listing, register

2‘tests showed she had a raised white blood cell count’

SYNONYMS
amount, number, tally, total, total number, sum total, grand total, full amount, aggregate, whole

Phrases

    count someone or something in

    ‘Marie nodded enthusiastically. ‘Count me in!’’


    SYNONYMS
    include, involve, bring in, take in, admit, introduce, add, enter, incorporate
    take into account, take account of, take note of, allow for
    allow to participate, allow to take part, let someone in on something
    out for the count


    SYNONYMS
    unconscious, comatose, knocked out, inert, insensible, senseless, insensate, insentient
    anaesthetized, soundly asleep
    informal out, out cold, zonked out, dead to the world, kayoed, KO'd
    British informal spark out
    rare soporose, soporous
    count on

    1‘he could usually be counted on to give lifts’


    SYNONYMS
    rely on, depend on, place reliance on, lean on, bank on, trust, be sure of, trust in, place one's trust in, have confidence in, have every confidence in, believe in, put one's faith in, pin one's faith on, swear by, take for granted, take on trust, take as read

    2‘they hadn't counted on Rangers' indomitable spirit’


    SYNONYMS
    expect, reckon on, anticipate, envisage, predict, foresee, forecast, foretell, think likely, contemplate the possibility of, allow for, be prepared for, bargain for, bargain on, bank on, plan on, calculate on
    North American informal figure on
    archaic apprehend
    count someone or something out

    ‘I think you'd better count me out’


    SYNONYMS
    exclude, omit, leave out, rule out, except, reject, drop, eliminate, cut out, keep out
    pass over, disregard, ignore