Antonym: uncountable. Similar words: accountable, unaccountable, insurmountable, accountability, accountant, accountancy, printable, count. Meaning: adj. that can be counted.

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1 The word " person " is a

*countable*noun.2 An example of a

*countable*noun is 'table', and an example of an uncountable noun is 'money'.3 The Church is made up of

*countable*people and there is nothing particularly spiritual in not counting them.4 Since the Turing machines are

*countable*, it must certainly be the case that the computable real numbers are countable.5 We have now seen that the integers are

*countable*, and so also are all the fractions.6 Point

*Countable*Covers and the Theory of Maps.7 Only

*countable*nouns can be used in the plural.8 All and half can be used with

*countable*and uncountable nouns.9 In this paper the sequence - covering locally

*countable*images of locally separable metric spaces are characterized.10 And there are only

*countable*papers including detailed analysis about flow over an barchan dune, such as flow acceleration up the stoss slope and what influences separation length in the lee side.11 Do, the mount of the cost of a

*countable*application.12 Definite quantifiers can be used with

*countable*nouns to give an exact number of something.13 English nouns can be practically classified into

*countable*nouns and uncountable nouns.14 Discusses the computational problem about union of

*countable*infinite of countably infinite sets.15 Eachband everybare generally used as determiners before singular

*countable*nouns.16 a portion of chicken / fish and chips. It can also be used with some

*countable*nouns to mean a part of something.17 fragments of conversation. It can also be used with

*countable*nouns to mean a small part of something:a fragment of the story.18 These terms should strictly only be used for the natural numbers or for other

*countable*sets.19 It may be remarked that the computable numbers, on the other hand, are

*countable*.20 Perhaps the reader has indeed got the impression by now that all infinite sets are

*countable*.21 For larger systems the bundles of energy were too numerous to be

*countable*.22 We have seen that the number of objects is actually

*countable*in each case.23 There is no guarantee that honest people will always be honest and straightforward,(www.Sentencedict.com) and not all honest people are always reliable and

*countable*. Dr T.P.Chia24 In this paper is presented a class of Q-matrixes, the exit boundary of which is a

*countable*set.25 Used before an uncountable noun ( abstract, material, proper ) to refer to a

*countable*meaning of noun.26 That could be extended to all discrete random variable and vector with the infinited

*countable*distribution series.27 This paper give the proofs of the Keal Function "a theorem that sum aggregate enumerable set is

*countable*aggregate".28 Nouns such as book, pen, apple and toy are

*countable*nouns.29 The counting method of infinite set and some qualities of

*countable*set and consecutive potential are introduced.30 The problem is that what is classified and perceived as mass noun in English often functions as a

*countable*noun in another language.More similar words: accountable, unaccountable, insurmountable, accountability, accountant, accountancy, printable, count, county, country, counter, count on, account, recount, count out, discount, fountain, mountain, account for, countless, encounter, accounting, countermand, countryside, tantamount, country music, bank account, on account of, countenance, counterfeit.