The English term "count upon" matches the Swedish term "påräkna"

other english words that include "count" : swedish :
account mellanhavande, räkenskap, beräkning, räkning
accountability ansvarighet
accountable tillräknelig, ansvarig, förklarlig
accountancy bokföring
accountant revisor, kamrer, bokförare
accounting bokföring
accounts handelsräkning
bank account bankkonto
border country gränsbygd
charactercount teckenberäkning
count greve, räkna
countdown nedräkning
countenance uppsyn, ansikte, min
counter bardisk
counter-attack motanfall
counter-claim motfordran
counter-clockwise motsols
counter in a shop disk i affär
counteract motverka
counteracting motverkande
counteracts motverkar
counterfeit förfalska, förfalskning
counterfeited förfalskad
counterpane sängöverkast, täcke
counterpart motpart, motsvarighet
counterpoint kontrapunkt
counters jetonger
countersign kontrasignera, lösen
countess grevinna
counting räkning
countless oräkneliga
countries länder
country bygd, land
country council landsting
country people allmoge
countryman lantman, landsman
countryside landsbygd, bygd
counts antal
county grevskap, län
cross-country running terränglöpning
decimal-count decimalräkning
discount rabatt
discounts rabatter
encounter träffa på, möter
encountered mött
give an account redovisa
give an account of redogöra för
keep accounts föra räkenskap
native-country fosterland
native country fädernesland
over-the-counter över disk
recount relatera, uppräkna, skildra, berätta
savings account sparkonto
viscount viscount
viscountess viscountess
wordcount ord-beräkning
An Understandable Neighbor
Anyone who speaks Swedish or travels there quickly finds out that Swedish, Danish, and Norwegian languages are mutually understood between speakers. So learning Swedish is beneficial for anyone who has a goal of being multi-lingual.
Say Thank You
There is no real word for please in Swedish. The closest word is “Tack” which means “Thank you” but the word please doesn’t translate into Swedish. Saying “tack” in a respectful tone is the best way to solve this dilemma. Swedish also has a smaller vocabulary compared to other languages in part because of its concentrated population of speakers.
Articles After Nouns
One of the most difficult things to learn in a new language is figuring out which article goes with the noun. In Swedish the article comes after the noun. So “the dog” becomes “hund” and “en” or “hunden” making the process a little easier to remember.