Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Count"

The meaning of "Count" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Count me in too mean?
A: it means that someone wants to be apart of something
Example:
Boy: hey, I’m going to the mall later with some friends.
Girl: count me in too.
Q: What does 30 Count mean?
A: That phrase is only printed on packages. Nobody says it. You'd say "the 30-pack."
Q: What does Count me in, I'll be there. mean?
A: Count me in = include me, I'm going too.
Q: What does Count by rote mean?
A: "By rote" is knowing something by memory without hesitation.

"By heart" and "second nature" are similar phrases.

Examples:
"Johnny can count to 30 by rote."
"Johnny knew how to count to 30 by heart."
"Counting to 30 became second nature to Johnny."
Q: What does Count me out mean?
A: It means to leave me out.
Eg. Count me out of the party.
It meant to leave me out of the party /you are not interested in the party

Synonyms of "Count" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Count for and Account for ?
A: -You have to account for the unknown/you have to account for unexpected things when you plan an event. (Take into account)
-When you buy a car or a house you have to take into account depreciation/you have to account for depreciation.
-I didn’t account for rain. (I didn’t take into consideration the rain)

Count for... I’m not sure if this is a phrasal verb. I know “count on” means to trust. For example: you can count on me to get the job done/finish the job!
Q: What is the difference between Count and Can't and cunt ?
A: To count something is to work out the amount of something.
Can't is to not be able to do something.
Cunt is a very rude and offensive name to call someone. Please don't use it :)

Translations of "Count"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Count down
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Count down
A: countdown
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Count on me
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Other questions about "Count"

Q: Count yourself lucky does this sound natural?
A: It is better to say "consider yourself lucky" since "count yourself lucky" changes the meaning of the phrase and the expression itself
Q: Count us in! does this sound natural?
A: Yes, so long as there's more than 1 person, you can say "count us in"
Q: Count up to 10 from 0.
Count down to 0 from 10. does this sound natural?
A: Count up from 0 to 10
Count down from 10 to 0
Q: Count down is on. does this sound natural?
A: Usually, a person would say "The countdown is on." or "The countdown has begun."

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