v. enumerate; take into account
There are 300 shops and counting.
“Would you mind,” said the child respectfully, “taking the trouble to explain it to me? Who makes them counts?”
“Yours,” replied the count.
“What will you tell him?” asked the count.
“Do you know that some day it will all belong to you?” continued the count. “All that, and a great deal more…”
“Here’s to him! And may he teach them a good lesson: those counts, dukes, and marquises!”
“What money?” Mr Havisham exclaimed. “You cannot be speaking of the income that the count proposed to pay you!”
“What was Mr Hobbs’ opinion of counts?” asked the old lord.
“Yes,” said Cedric, with a little hesitation, “the aristocracy and… and the counts.”
“And you think I must be proud of it, do you?” asked the count.
1. enumerate: reckon, compute, number, add up, numerate, sum, tale
2. nobleman: peer
3. influence: weight, tell