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- ailgyfrifadroddoddYn cofnodiailgyfrif
Noun(1) an additional (usually a second
Verb(1) narrate or give a detailed account of(2) count again
(1) Before he knew it, his recount of the events was over.(2) There will be no need for a recount or a hand count to verify the accuracy of these figures.(3) It was the usual recount of social events, told with the sharp wit of the infamous Lady Featherington.(4) Despite the controversy over the vote recount in Florida, the next US president will soon be on the center stage.(5) Republican Bill Hollowell has requested and been granted a manual recount of votes in his effort to overturn the initial result of the November 7 balloting.(6) A manual recount of the votes cast in the November 7 election is currently going on at the county's Emergency Operations Center in Plantation, Florida.(7) Often and inevitably they will recount what is said to have happened to individuals.(8) Persepolis offers more than just a historical recount of past events; it adds a human face to those times.(9) He then proceeded to count and recount the hundreds of dollars he had with him, on a nearby desk, in full view of everybody.(10) An angry crowd had demanded a recount of the vote.(11) He lost his seat in Dublin South East after a marathon count and recount in the last election.(12) Assuming that Hansen is sick of rehashing seemingly ancient events, however, the book's recount of the two years leading up to her arrest is outstanding.(13) Green Party candidate David Cobb and Libertarian Party candidate Michael Badnarik have sought a recount of the votes in Ohio.(14) I can only guess why he chose not to recount what he experienced and witnessed in those years.(15) He went on to reject the proposal made earlier that evening by Vice President Gore for a state-wide manual recount of the votes in Florida.(16) the children arrange and rearrange the objects in a set and recount them each time
(1) re-count :: ailgyfrif
1. tell ::
2. relate ::
3. narrate ::
4. give an account of ::
rhoi ystyriaeth i
5. describe ::
6. report ::
7. outline ::
8. delineate ::
9. relay ::
10. convey ::
11. communicate ::
12. impart ::
Different Formsrecount, recounted, recounting, recounts
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