How to Pronounce county?

Correct pronunciation for the word "county" is [kˈa͡ʊnti], [kˈa‍ʊnti], [k_ˈaʊ_n_t_i].

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"County" in context

A county is an administrative geographical division within a larger government. It is typically used to organize a state or nation into different regions, each with its own local government and services. County governments handle a variety of local issues, from public health to transportation, public safety, and public education. County boundaries also often reflect cultural and historical events and associations. In fact, the English language derived the word "county" from an Old French term that literally meant "land belonging to a count."

County governments take a variety of forms. The two most common approaches are a county commission and a county executive body.

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