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head count

or head·count (hĕd′kount′)
n.
1. The act of counting people in a particular group.
2. The number of people counted in this way.
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Noun1.headcount - number of people in a particular group
count - the total number counted; "a blood count"
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Translations

headcount

[ˈhedkaʊnt] N
1. (Ind) (= workforce) → plantilla f, personal m
2. (= count) → recuento m de personas
to take a headcounthacer un recuento de personas
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