- v. 讲述，叙述；重新计数或计算
- n. 讲述；重新计数
[复数 recounts过去式 recounted过去分词 recounted现在分词 recounting第三人称单数 recounts]
及物动词的用法：If you recount a story or event, you tell or describe it to people. 叙述; 描述例：
He then recounted the story of the interview for his first job.
可数名词的用法：A recount is a second count of votes in an election when the result is very close. 重新计票例：
She wanted a recount. She couldn't believe that I got more votes than she did.
- vt. 叙述；重新计算
- n. 重算
Iran's Guardian Council which supervises elections has offered to recount some votes and investigate complaints of wrongdoing.
Chapters 8 through 10 recount the installation of Aaron as high priest and the Aaronides then as the priestly clan within Israel.
Now, the books of Joshua and Judges that open the Deuteronomistic history, these books recount or relate the story of the conquest of the land of Canaan by the Israelite tribes, and the early years of the settlement: that's in Judges.
Earlier, a circuit judge had ruled that Harris could cut off the vote recount at 5 P.
On the other hand, Capriles called for peaceful protests to demand the recount of the votes.