I heard very little about count with:
Count with me" means that we both say "1... 2... 3... 4..." at the same time.
I have an equation and I'm saying to myself
"Yes, I counted with that" meaning I didn't forget to include a certain variable in my calculation.
With this meaning, I suppose
Count with me could also mean "Include me into your plan".
Can I use it that way? If not, what would you say in my place?
The meaning I seek is:
be aware of and take the appropriate action/precaution/..
- [...] that tomorrow we leave early. (So I should not forget to prepare myself for early exit)
- He's leaving in two weeks, [...] . (So I should talk or do anything with him while he's still here because I should be aware he's leaving)
- I [...] the velocity so the result is correct. (Saying that I was aware of the velocity and so I calculated it correctly)
- [...] that I will go with you. (Make sure you don't forget to include me as well)