Countable

==Place names== Use pinyin for place names in China unless another form is more well-established in current English usage. (ex. Sichuan not Szechwan, but Hong Kong not Xianggang). Past English usage which has fallen into disuse in modern English-language sources, such as `Canton` and `Tsingtao` should not be used to title an article. For place...
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countable

a countable noun is a noun that has a plural and can be used after a or an when it is singular
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Countable

• (a.) Capable of being numbered.
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countable

denumerable adjective that can be counted; `countable sins`; `numerable assets`
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Countable

Count'a·ble adjective Capable of being numbered.
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countable

[adj] - that can be counted
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