recount - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "recount" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

recount / рассказывать, перечислять, подробно излагать
[rɪˈkaʊnt]
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Перевод
глагол
рассказывать
narrate, tell, relate, recount, report, recite
перечислять
list, enumerate, itemize, recount, recite, catalog
подробно излагать
recount, detail, expand
Определения
имя существительное
an act or instance of giving an account of an event or experience.
one woman's recount of a prolonged battle with “huge centipedes.”
an act of counting something again, especially votes in an election.
A manual recount of the votes cast in the November 7 election is currently going on at the county's Emergency Operations Center in Plantation, Florida.
глагол
tell someone about something; give an account of an event or experience.
I recounted the tale to Steve
count again.
He then proceeded to count and recount the hundreds of dollars he had with him, on a nearby desk, in full view of everybody.
Примеры
Let us remember first and foremost that a very close election result that even necessitated a recount of the votes is the sign of democracy rather than the contrary.
There will be no need for a recount or a hand count to verify the accuracy of these figures.
Republican Bill Hollowell has requested and been granted a manual recount of votes in his effort to overturn the initial result of the November 7 balloting.
Under state law, it is very clear that under those circumstances you've got to recount all the ballots.
The extracts below from her report recount the problems she experienced in getting information for her inquiry.
In fact, the final outcome of the vote, like that of a slightly more publicized election, was delayed by absentee votes and a recount of contested ballots.
In Florida, election officials began a recount of nearly six million votes.
Roberts and another member voted for the recount , but the panel's chairman Charles Burton dissented.
He then proceeded to count and recount the hundreds of dollars he had with him, on a nearby desk, in full view of everybody.
Persepolis offers more than just a historical recount of past events; it adds a human face to those times.