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|present participle||counting on|
|past tense||counted on|
|past participle||counted on|
The whole team was counting on me, and I let them down.
You can always count on him for good advice.
I knew I could count on you to be on time.
I was counting on Jane driving me home.
Tournament directors are counting on good weather.
We're counting on about 20 people coming to the meal.
She hadn't counted on it raining.
This is the British English definition of count on. View American English definition of count on.
to kill someone in a violent way