count on

[kaʊnt ɒn]

Meaning

to expect something to happen as you have planned before due to somebody or something; to rely on somebody or something

Examples 👇

It may be tough to navigate finances during this time, but luckily you can count on Columbia Bank. NBC New York

Count on these easy home hacks to clean your gold jewellery. The Indian Express

Count on these easy recipes to surprise your mother. The Indian Express

Don't count on the Fed's many emergency measures to rescue the stock market from coronavirus. MarketWatch (blog)

School officials are not counting on an infusion of new education cash from the state. MetroWest Daily News

You could always count on him being in the stands for all his children's and grandchildren's sporting or special events. Lost Coast Outpost

Amid a global crisis, can we count on Columbia faculty to show empathy? CU Columbia Spectator

Barcelona will count on midfield pair Carles Aleña and Riqui Puig next season. Tribal Football

Who can we count on to slow Huawei's continuous growth? US prez Donald Trump and COVID-19. The world's crappest superheroes. The Register