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    coun·ter-
    [ˈkoun(t)ər]
    PREFIX
    1. denoting opposition, retaliation, or rivalry:
    ORIGIN
    from Anglo-Norman French countre-, Old French contre, from Latin contra ‘against’.
    coun·ter
    [ˈkoun(t)ər]
    NOUN
    counter (noun) · counters (plural noun)
    1. a long flat-topped fixture in a store or bank across which business is conducted with customers.
    2. a small disk used as a place marker or for keeping the score in board games.
      synonyms:
      token · chip · disk · jetton · piece · man · marker · wafer · check
      • a token representing a coin.
    3. an apparatus used for counting:
      "the counter tells you how many pictures you have taken"
      • a person who counts something, for example votes in an election.
      • physics
        an apparatus used for counting individual ionizing particles or events.
    ORIGIN
    Middle English (in counter): from Old French conteor, from medieval Latin computatorium, from Latin computare (see compute).
    coun·ter
    [ˈkoun(t)ər]
    VERB
    counter (verb) · counters (third person present) · countered (past tense) · countered (past participle) · countering (present participle)
    1. speak or act in opposition to:
      "the second argument is more difficult to counter"
      synonyms:
      parry · hit back at · answer · respond to · retort to · contradict · negate ·
      ward off · fend off · stave off · deflect · rebuff · rebut · repel · repulse · hold at bay · combat · fight · attack · tackle · confront · stand up to · put up a fight against · oppose · resist · dispute · argue against · counteract · gainsay · controvert · confute · negative
      antonyms:
      • respond to hostile speech or action:
        "“What would you like me to do about it?” she countered"
      • boxing
        give a return blow while parrying:
        "he countered with a left hook"
    ADVERB
    (counter to)
    counter (adverb)
    1. in the opposite direction to or in conflict with:
      "some actions by the authorities ran counter to the call for leniency"
      synonyms:
      against · in opposition to · contrary to · at variance with · in defiance of ·
      in contravention of · contrarily · contrariwise · conversely · against the tide · in the opposite direction · in the reverse direction · in the wrong direction
    ADJECTIVE
    counter (adjective)
    1. responding to something of the same kind, especially in opposition: See also counter-.
      "after years of argument and counter argument there is no conclusive answer"
      antonyms:
    NOUN
    counter (noun) · counters (plural noun)
    1. a thing which opposes or prevents something else:
      "the stimulus to employers' organization was partly a counter to growing union power"
      • an answer to an argument or criticism:
        "he anticipates an objection and plans his counter"
      • boxing
        a blow given while parrying; a counterpunch.
    2. the curved part of the stern of a ship projecting aft above the waterline.
    3. printing
      the white space enclosed by a letter such as O or c.
    ORIGIN
    late Middle English: from Old French contre, from Latin contra ‘against’, or directly from counter-.
    coun·ter
    [ˈkoun(t)ər]
    NOUN
    counter (noun) · counters (plural noun)
    1. the back part of a shoe or boot, enclosing the heel.
    ORIGIN
    mid 19th century: abbreviation of counterfort ‘buttress’, from French contrefort.
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  3. https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/counter

    Definition of counter (Entry 6 of 7) 1 : marked by or tending toward or in an opposite direction or effect. 2 : given to or marked by opposition, hostility, or antipathy. 3 : situated or lying opposite …

  4. https://www.merriam-webster.com/thesaurus/counter

    Counter: to strive to reduce or eliminate. Synonyms: battle, combat, contend (with)… Antonyms: advance, cultivate, encourage… Find the right word.

  5. https://www.thefreedictionary.com/counter

    coun·ter 1 1. In a contrary manner or direction. 2. To or toward an opposite or dissimilar course or outcome: a method running counter to traditional techniques.

  6. https://www.dictionary.com/browse/counter

    British Dictionary definitions for counter (1 of 4) a small flat disc of wood, metal, or plastic, used in various board games a similar disc or token used as an imitation coin

  7. https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/counter

    counter noun [C] (SURFACE) a long, flat, narrow surface in a store, bank, restaurant, etc., at which people are served: He sat down at the counter of the diner and ordered a cup of coffee. A …

  8. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/20768379

    Dec 24, 2013 · It basically provides a unique counter over integral numbers which can be used to generate unique identifiers. From GCC release notes: A new predefined macro __COUNTER__ has been added. It expands to sequential integral values starting from 0. In conjunction with the ## operator, this provides a convenient means to generate unique identifiers.

  9. https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/cics-ts/4.2?topic=...

    Description. These counter commands create a new named counter in a named counter pool in the coupling facility. Although you can use the CICS® API to operate with either fullword (signed) or doubleword (unsigned) binary values, the named counter server stores all values as doubleword unsigned values. Overflow conditions might occur if, for example, you define a …

  10. https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/counterpart

    Definition of counterpart. 1 : one of two corresponding copies of a legal instrument : duplicate. 2 a : a thing that fits another perfectly. b : something that completes : complement the lead actress …

    1. https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/counterattack

      Definition of counterattack. : an attack made in response to or in defense against an attack made by another a series of attacks and counterattacks Iraqi forces are advancing into the city of …

    2. https://www.verywellmind.com/counter-transference-2671577

      Jul 31, 2021 · The American Psychological Association (APA) defines counter-transference as a reaction to the client or client's transference, 1 which is when the client projects their own conflicts onto the therapist. Transference is a normal part of psychodynamic therapy. However, it's the therapist’s job to recognize counter-transference and do what's necessary to remain …

    3. Counters - Overleaf, Online LaTeX Editor

      https://www.overleaf.com/learn/latex/Counters

      In essence, a LaTeX counter is the name of a “LaTeX variable” used to store integer values which can be used for the actives listed above, and much else besides. LaTeX itself uses numerous internal counters which provide numbering of pages, sections, tables, figures, bulleted/numbered lists etc. ... Used to define a new counter.

    4. Python's Counter: The Pythonic Way to Count Objects

      https://realpython.com/python-counter

      Counter is a subclass of dict that’s specially designed for counting hashable objects in Python. It’s a dictionary that stores objects as keys and counts as values. To count with Counter, you typically provide a sequence or iterable of hashable objects as an argument to the class’s constructor.

    5. EXEC CICS DEFINE COUNTER - IBM

      https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/cics-ts/5.3?topic=...

      Description. These counter commands create a new named counter in a named counter pool in the coupling facility. Although you can use the CICS® API to operate with either fullword (signed) or doubleword (unsigned) binary values, the named counter server stores all values as doubleword unsigned values. Overflow conditions might occur if, for example, you define a …

    6. Timers and Counters - Automation Community

      https://learn.automationcommunity.com/timers-and-counters

      Jul 23, 2020 · The counter is assigned an address as well as being identified as a counter. Also included, as part of the counter instruction is the counter’s preset value as well as the current accumulated count for the counter. There are two basic types of counters, one that counts up and another one that can count down.

    7. EXEC CICS DEFINE COUNTER

      https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/cics-ts/5.6?topic=...

      Always access a named counter using commands from the same command set that you used to define the counter. For information about specifying fullword and doubleword variables on these named counter commands, see CICS command argument values. Options COUNTER(name) Specifies the 16-byte counter name field.

    8. Counter in Python-What is Counter & how to use it. - Medium

      https://medium.com/dsc-umit/counter-in-python-what...

      May 01, 2022 · A Counter is a dict subclass for counting hashable objects. It is a collection where elements are stored as dictionary keys and their counts are stored as dictionary values.

    9. What is a Counterargument? - Definition & Examples

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      Sep 09, 2021 · A counterargument is a perspective that opposes the main argument. Learn the definition of a counterargument and practical examples of counterarguments in persuasive writing. Updated: 09/09/2021.

    10. Digital Counter : Circuit, Working, Types & Applications

      https://www.watelectronics.com/what-is-a-digital-counter-types-applications

      Jul 30, 2020 · Definition: The circuit is designed with digital logic to obtain information about the number of events that occurred. This type of digital logic device can be defined as a Counter. The design of counters can be achieved by following various steps. The number of Flip-Flops based on the requirement.

    11. COUNTER (verb) American English definition and synonyms

      https://www.macmillandictionary.com/us/dictionary/american/counter_2

      Definition of COUNTER (verb): reply to statement you disagree with; take action to oppose something

    12. Urban Dictionary: [counter]

      https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=[counter]&page=7

      The best Half-Life modification these days. There are several gametypes: Bomb plant/defusion, Hostage rescue and Assassination. There also so-called 'funmaps' and 'funservers' on which you play with e.g. knifes. 1. Servers are usually flooded with 10-year-olds who pretend to be mature untill they talk through their microphone. At that time you will hear a voice from which you can't …