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    #1

    This time it should not count against the agreement

    Hello everybody!

    I would like you to tell me the meaning of "count against the agreement" in the following sentence.

    This time it should not count against the agreement.

    Does "count against the agreement" mean "give the agreement a disadvantage" or "have a bad effect on the agreement" or "unfavourable affect/influence the agreement".

    The rest of the context is unintelligible.

    Thank you.

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    Re: This time it should not count against the agreement

    Like 'the rest of the context', your sentence is also unintelligible.

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