count with

count with (one)

To be significant to one. Thank you so much for your kind words—they really count with me.
See also: count

count with someone

to be important to someone. Your cooperation really counts with me. All my efforts do not count with her.
See also: count
References in classic literature ?
"What a treasure that Dmitri is," added the count with a smile when the young man had departed.
Laura looked at the Count with her dislike for him appearing a little too plainly in her face.
NA-114 Jhang-1 PPPs Faisal Saleh Hayat is leading the count with 9,543 votes.
NA-72 Sialkot PML-Ns Armaghan Sajani is leading the count with 25061 votes against PTIs Firdous Ashiq Awan with 11336 votes.
Thus, independently of the fact that the coordination of the components of counting has a negligible cost, the cognitive cost of counting would be greater when participants count with letters rather than with numbers.
"Using a fine yarn on a lower thread count can have a superior quality than a higher thread count with poor yarn quality," said Hall.
This might be a result of an increase in the nodule count with the addition of Ce, which promotes ferrite.