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compt (cf. COUNT): account, reckoning All'sW. V. iii. 57 “strikes some scores away From the great ,” Tim. II. i. 35 “have the dates in ” (i.e. for the calculation of interest due), Mac. I. vi. 26 “in ” (=accountable, subject to account), Oth. V. ii. 272 “at ” (= at the day of reckoning, the judgement day; Q1 “count”).
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