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keep count

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishkeep countkeep countCOUNT/CALCULATEto keep a record of the changing total of something over a period of timekeep count of I never manage to keep count of what I spend on my credit card. count
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count ofHe started taking apart the engineering of the scene, keeping count of the timing in his head.The Local kept count of the union dead.
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