Numbat Numbered

Number

Meanings and phrases

number

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n.
  1. the property possessed by a sum or total or indefinite quantity of units or individuals; figure
  2. a concept of quantity involving zero and units
  3. a short theatrical performance that is part of a longer program; act; routine; turn; bit
  4. the number is used in calling a particular telephone; phone number; telephone number
  5. one of a series published periodically; issue
  6. a symbol used to represent a number; numeral
  7. a select company of people
  8. a numeral or string of numerals that is used for identification; identification number
  9. a clothing measurement
  10. the grammatical category for the forms of nouns and pronouns and verbs that are used depending on the number of entities involved (singular or dual or plural)
  11. an item of merchandise offered for sale

number

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v.
  1. add up in number or quantity; total; add up; come; amount
  2. give numbers to
  3. enumerate; list
  4. determine the number or amount of; count; enumerate; numerate
  5. put into a group; count
  6. place a limit on the number of; keep down

ABA transit number

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n.
  1. an identification number consisting of a two-part code assigned to banks and savings associations; the first part shows the location and the second identifies the bank itself; bank identification number; BIN

Avogadro number

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n.
  1. the number of molecules in a mole of a substance (approximately 602,250,000,000,000,000,000,000); Avogadro's number

Avogadro 's number

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n.
  1. the number of molecules in a mole of a substance (approximately 602,250,000,000,000,000,000,000); Avogadro number

Brinell number

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n.
  1. measure of the hardness of a material

Fibonacci number

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n.
  1. a number in the Fibonacci sequence

Mach number

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n.
  1. the ratio of the speed of a moving body to the speed of sound

PIN number

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a number you choose and use to gain access to various accounts; personal identification number; PIN

PO box number

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the number of a letter box at the post office where mail is collected; post-office box number; PO Box No; box number

Social Security number

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n.
  1. the number of a particular individual's Social Security account

algebraic number

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n.
  1. root of an algebraic equation with rational coefficients

atomic number

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n.
  1. the order of an element in Mendeleyev's table of the elements; equal to the number of protons in the nucleus or electrons in the neutral state of an atom of an element

atomic number 1

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n.
  1. a nonmetallic univalent element that is normally a colorless and odorless highly flammable diatomic gas; the simplest and lightest and most abundant element in the universe; hydrogen; H

atomic number 10

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n.
  1. a colorless odorless gaseous element that give a red glow in a vacuum tube; one of the six inert gasses; occurs in the air in small amounts; neon; Ne

atomic number 100

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n.
  1. a radioactive transuranic metallic element produced by bombarding plutonium with neutrons; fermium; Fm

atomic number 101

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n.
  1. a radioactive transuranic element synthesized by bombarding einsteinium with alpha particles (Md is the current symbol for mendelevium but Mv was formerly the symbol); mendelevium; Md; Mv

atomic number 102

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n.
  1. a radioactive transuranic element synthesized by bombarding curium with carbon ions; 7 isotopes are known; nobelium; No

atomic number 103

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n.
  1. a radioactive transuranic element synthesized from californium; lawrencium; Lr

atomic number 104

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n.
  1. a radioactive transuranic element which has been synthesized; rutherfordium; Rf; unnilquadium; Unq; element 104

atomic number 105

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n.
  1. a transuranic element; dubnium; Db; hahnium; element 105

atomic number 106

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a transuranic element; seaborgium; Sg; element 106

atomic number 107

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a transuranic element; bohrium; Bh; element 107

atomic number 108

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a radioactive transuranic element; hassium; Hs; element 108

atomic number 109

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a radioactive transuranic element; meitnerium; Mt; element 109

atomic number 11

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a silvery soft waxy metallic element of the alkali metal group; occurs abundantly in natural compounds (especially in salt water); burns with a yellow flame and reacts violently in water; occurs in sea water and in the mineral halite (rock salt); sodium; Na

atomic number 110

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n.
  1. a radioactive transuranic element; darmstadtium; Ds; element 110

atomic number 111

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a radioactive transuranic element; roentgenium; Rg; element 111

atomic number 112

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n.
  1. a radioactive transuranic element; ununbium; Uub; element 112

atomic number 113

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a radioactive transuranic element; ununtrium; Uut; element 113

atomic number 114

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n.
  1. a radioactive transuranic element; ununquadium; Uuq; element 114

atomic number 115

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a radioactive transuranic element; ununpentium; Uup; element 115

atomic number 116

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n.
  1. a radioactive transuranic element; ununhexium; Uuh; element 116

atomic number 12

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n.
  1. a light silver-white ductile bivalent metallic element; in pure form it burns with brilliant white flame; occurs naturally only in combination (as in magnesite and dolomite and carnallite and spinel and olivine); magnesium; Mg

atomic number 13

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n.
  1. a silvery ductile metallic element found primarily in bauxite; aluminum; aluminium; Al

atomic number 14

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n.
  1. a tetravalent nonmetallic element; next to oxygen it is the most abundant element in the earth's crust; occurs in clay and feldspar and granite and quartz and sand; used as a semiconductor in transistors; silicon; Si

atomic number 15

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n.
  1. a multivalent nonmetallic element of the nitrogen family that occurs commonly in inorganic phosphate rocks and as organic phosphates in all living cells; is highly reactive and occurs in several allotropic forms; phosphorus; P

atomic number 16

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n.
  1. an abundant tasteless odorless multivalent nonmetallic element; best known in yellow crystals; occurs in many sulphide and sulphate minerals and even in native form (especially in volcanic regions); sulfur; S; sulphur

atomic number 17

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n.
  1. a common nonmetallic element belonging to the halogens; best known as a heavy yellow irritating toxic gas; used to purify water and as a bleaching agent and disinfectant; occurs naturally only as a salt (as in sea water); chlorine; Cl

atomic number 18

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n.
  1. a colorless and odorless inert gas; one of the six inert gases; comprises approximately 1% of the earth's atmosphere; argon; Ar

atomic number 19

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n.
  1. a light soft silver-white metallic element of the alkali metal group; oxidizes rapidly in air and reacts violently with water; is abundant in nature in combined forms occurring in sea water and in carnallite and kainite and sylvite; potassium; K

atomic number 2

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n.
  1. a very light colorless element that is one of the six inert gasses; the most difficult gas to liquefy; occurs in economically extractable amounts in certain natural gases (as those found in Texas and Kansas); helium; He

atomic number 20

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n.
  1. a white metallic element that burns with a brilliant light; the fifth most abundant element in the earth's crust; an important component of most plants and animals; calcium; Ca

atomic number 21

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n.
  1. a white trivalent metallic element; sometimes classified in the rare earth group; occurs in the Scandinavian mineral thortveitite; scandium; Sc

atomic number 22

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n.
  1. a light strong grey lustrous corrosion-resistant metallic element used in strong lightweight alloys (as for airplane parts); the main sources are rutile and ilmenite; titanium; Ti

atomic number 23

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n.
  1. a soft silvery white toxic metallic element used in steel alloys; it occurs in several complex minerals including carnotite and vanadinite; vanadium; V

atomic number 24

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n.
  1. a hard brittle multivalent metallic element; resistant to corrosion and tarnishing; chromium; Cr

atomic number 25

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n.
  1. a hard brittle grey polyvalent metallic element that resembles iron but is not magnetic; used in making steel; occurs in many minerals; manganese; Mn

atomic number 26

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n.
  1. a heavy ductile magnetic metallic element; is silver-white in pure form but readily rusts; used in construction and tools and armament; plays a role in the transport of oxygen by the blood; iron; Fe

atomic number 27

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n.
  1. a hard ferromagnetic silver-white bivalent or trivalent metallic element; a trace element in plant and animal nutrition; cobalt; Co

atomic number 28

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n.
  1. a hard malleable ductile silvery metallic element that is resistant to corrosion; used in alloys; occurs in pentlandite and smaltite and garnierite and millerite; nickel; Ni

atomic number 29

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n.
  1. a ductile malleable reddish-brown corrosion-resistant diamagnetic metallic element; occurs in various minerals but is the only metal that occurs abundantly in large masses; used as an electrical and thermal conductor; copper; Cu

atomic number 3

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n.
  1. a soft silver-white univalent element of the alkali metal group; the lightest metal known; occurs in several minerals; lithium; Li

atomic number 30

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n.
  1. a bluish-white lustrous metallic element; brittle at ordinary temperatures but malleable when heated; used in a wide variety of alloys and in galvanizing iron; it occurs naturally as zinc sulphide in zinc blende; zinc; Zn

atomic number 31

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n.
  1. a rare silvery (usually trivalent) metallic element; brittle at low temperatures but liquid above room temperature; occurs in trace amounts in bauxite and zinc ores; gallium; Ga

atomic number 32

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n.
  1. a brittle grey crystalline element that is a semiconducting metalloid (resembling silicon) used in transistors; occurs in germanite and argyrodite; germanium; Ge

atomic number 33

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n.
  1. a very poisonous metallic element that has three allotropic forms; arsenic and arsenic compounds are used as herbicides and insecticides and various alloys; found in arsenopyrite and orpiment and realgar; arsenic; As

atomic number 34

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n.
  1. a toxic nonmetallic element related to sulfur and tellurium; occurs in several allotropic forms; a stable grey metallike allotrope conducts electricity better in the light than in the dark and is used in photocells; occurs in sulfide ores (as pyrite); selenium; Se

atomic number 35

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n.
  1. a nonmetallic heavy volatile corrosive dark brown liquid element belonging to the halogens; found in sea water; bromine; Br

atomic number 36

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n.
  1. a colorless element that is one of the six inert gasses; occurs in trace amounts in air; krypton; Kr

atomic number 37

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n.
  1. a soft silvery metallic element of the alkali metal group; burns in air and reacts violently in water; occurs in carnallite and lepidolite and pollucite; rubidium; Rb

atomic number 38

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n.
  1. a soft silver-white or yellowish metallic element of the alkali metal group; turns yellow in air; occurs in celestite and strontianite; strontium; Sr

atomic number 39

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n.
  1. a silvery metallic element that is common in rare-earth minerals; used in magnesium and aluminum alloys; yttrium; Y

atomic number 4

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n.
  1. a light strong brittle grey toxic bivalent metallic element; beryllium; Be; glucinium

atomic number 40

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n.
  1. a lustrous grey strong metallic element resembling titanium; it is used in nuclear reactors as a neutron absorber; it occurs in baddeleyite but is obtained chiefly from zircon; zirconium; Zr

atomic number 41

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n.
  1. a soft grey ductile metallic element used in alloys; occurs in niobite; formerly called columbium; niobium; Nb

atomic number 42

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a polyvalent metallic element that resembles chromium and tungsten in its properties; used to strengthen and harden steel; molybdenum; Mo

atomic number 43

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a crystalline metallic element not found in nature; occurs as one of the fission products of uranium; technetium; Tc

atomic number 44

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a rare polyvalent metallic element of the platinum group; it is found associated with platinum; ruthenium; Ru

atomic number 45

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a white hard metallic element that is one of the platinum group and is found in platinum ores; used in alloys with platinum; rhodium; Rh

atomic number 46

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a silver-white metallic element of the platinum group that resembles platinum; occurs in some copper and nickel ores; does not tarnish at ordinary temperatures and is used (alloyed with gold) in jewelry; palladium; Pd

atomic number 47

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a soft white precious univalent metallic element having the highest electrical and thermal conductivity of any metal; occurs in argentite and in free form; used in coins and jewelry and tableware and photography; silver; Ag

atomic number 48

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n.
  1. a soft bluish-white ductile malleable toxic bivalent metallic element; occurs in association with zinc ores; cadmium; Cd

atomic number 49

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a rare soft silvery metallic element; occurs in small quantities in sphalerite; indium; In

atomic number 5

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a trivalent metalloid element; occurs both in a hard black crystal and in the form of a yellow or brown powder; boron; B

atomic number 50

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a silvery malleable metallic element that resists corrosion; used in many alloys and to coat other metals to prevent corrosion; obtained chiefly from cassiterite where it occurs as tin oxide; tin; Sn

atomic number 51

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a metallic element having four allotropic forms; used in a wide variety of alloys; found in stibnite; antimony; Sb

atomic number 52

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a brittle silver-white metalloid element that is related to selenium and sulfur; it is used in alloys and as a semiconductor; occurs mainly as tellurides in ores of copper and nickel and silver and gold; tellurium; Te

atomic number 53

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a nonmetallic element belonging to the halogens; used especially in medicine and photography and in dyes; occurs naturally only in combination in small quantities (as in sea water or rocks); iodine; iodin; I

atomic number 54

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a colorless odorless inert gaseous element occurring in the earth's atmosphere in trace amounts; xenon; Xe

atomic number 55

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a soft silver-white ductile metallic element (liquid at normal temperatures); the most electropositive and alkaline metal; cesium; caesium; Cs

atomic number 56

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a soft silvery metallic element of the alkali earth group; found in barite; barium; Ba

atomic number 57

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a white soft metallic element that tarnishes readily; occurs in rare earth minerals and is usually classified as a rare earth; lanthanum; La

atomic number 58

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a ductile grey metallic element of the lanthanide series; used in lighter flints; the most abundant of the rare-earth group; cerium; Ce

atomic number 59

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a soft yellowish-white trivalent metallic element of the rare earth group; can be recovered from bastnasite or monazite by an ion-exchange process; praseodymium; Pr

atomic number 6

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. an abundant nonmetallic tetravalent element occurring in three allotropic forms: amorphous carbon and graphite and diamond; occurs in all organic compounds; carbon; C

atomic number 60

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a yellow trivalent metallic element of the rare earth group; occurs in monazite and bastnasite in association with cerium and lanthanum and praseodymium; neodymium; Nd

atomic number 61

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n.
  1. a soft silvery metallic element of the rare earth group having no stable isotope; was discovered in radioactive form as a fission product of uranium; promethium; Pm

atomic number 62

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a grey lustrous metallic element of the rare earth group; is used in special alloys; occurs in monazite and bastnasite; samarium; Sm

atomic number 63

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a bivalent and trivalent metallic element of the rare earth group; europium; Eu

atomic number 64

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a ductile silvery-white ductile ferromagnetic trivalent metallic element of the rare earth group; gadolinium; Gd

atomic number 65

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a metallic element of the rare earth group; used in lasers; occurs in apatite and monazite and xenotime and ytterbite; terbium; Tb

atomic number 66

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n.
  1. a trivalent metallic element of the rare earth group; forms compounds that are highly magnetic; dysprosium; Dy

atomic number 67

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a trivalent metallic element of the rare earth group; occurs together with yttrium; forms highly magnetic compounds; holmium; Ho

atomic number 68

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a trivalent metallic element of the rare earth group; occurs with yttrium; erbium; Er

atomic number 69

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n.
  1. a soft silvery metallic element of the rare earth group; isotope 170 emits X-rays and is used in small portable X-ray machines; it occurs in monazite and apatite and xenotime; thulium; Tm

atomic number 7

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a common nonmetallic element that is normally a colorless odorless tasteless inert diatomic gas; constitutes 78 percent of the atmosphere by volume; a constituent of all living tissues; nitrogen; N

atomic number 70

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a soft silvery metallic element; a rare earth of the lanthanide series; it occurs in gadolinite and monazite and xenotime; ytterbium; Yb

atomic number 71

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a trivalent metallic element of the rare earth group; usually occurs in association with yttrium; lutetium; lutecium; Lu

atomic number 72

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a grey tetravalent metallic element that resembles zirconium chemically and is found in zirconium minerals; used in filaments for its ready emission of electrons; hafnium; Hf

atomic number 73

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n.
  1. a hard grey lustrous metallic element that is highly resistant to corrosion; occurs in niobite and fergusonite and tantalite; tantalum; Ta

atomic number 74

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n.
  1. a heavy grey-white metallic element; the pure form is used mainly in electrical applications; it is found in several ores including wolframite and scheelite; tungsten; wolfram; W

atomic number 75

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n.
  1. a rare heavy polyvalent metallic element that resembles manganese chemically and is used in some alloys; is obtained as a by-product in refining molybdenum; rhenium; Re

atomic number 76

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n.
  1. a hard brittle blue-grey or blue-black metallic element that is one of the platinum metals; the heaviest metal known; osmium; Os

atomic number 77

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a heavy brittle metallic element of the platinum group; used in alloys; occurs in natural alloys with platinum or osmium; iridium; Ir

atomic number 78

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a heavy precious metallic element; grey-white and resistant to corroding; occurs in some nickel and copper ores and is also found native in some deposits; platinum; Pt

atomic number 79

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a soft yellow malleable ductile (trivalent and univalent) metallic element; occurs mainly as nuggets in rocks and alluvial deposits; does not react with most chemicals but is attacked by chlorine and aqua regia; gold; Au

atomic number 8

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n.
  1. a nonmetallic bivalent element that is normally a colorless odorless tasteless nonflammable diatomic gas; constitutes 21 percent of the atmosphere by volume; the most abundant element in the earth's crust; oxygen; O

atomic number 80

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a heavy silvery toxic univalent and bivalent metallic element; the only metal that is liquid at ordinary temperatures; mercury; quicksilver; hydrargyrum; Hg

atomic number 81

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a soft grey malleable metallic element that resembles tin but discolors on exposure to air; it is highly toxic and is used in rodent and insect poisons; occurs in zinc blende and some iron ores; thallium; Tl

atomic number 82

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a soft heavy toxic malleable metallic element; bluish white when freshly cut but tarnishes readily to dull grey; lead; Pb

atomic number 83

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n.
  1. a heavy brittle diamagnetic trivalent metallic element (resembles arsenic and antimony chemically); usually recovered as a by-product from ores of other metals; bismuth; Bi

atomic number 84

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n.
  1. a radioactive metallic element that is similar to tellurium and bismuth; occurs in uranium ores but can be produced by bombarding bismuth with neutrons in a nuclear reactor; polonium; Po

atomic number 85

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n.
  1. a highly unstable radioactive element (the heaviest of the halogen series); a decay product of uranium and thorium; astatine; At

atomic number 86

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a radioactive gaseous element formed by the disintegration of radium; the heaviest of the inert gasses; occurs naturally (especially in areas over granite) and is considered a hazard to health; radon; Rn

atomic number 87

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n.
  1. a radioactive element of the alkali-metal group discovered as a disintegration product of actinium; francium; Fr

atomic number 88

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. an intensely radioactive metallic element that occurs in minute amounts in uranium ores; radium; Ra

atomic number 89

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n.
  1. a radioactive element of the actinide series; found in uranium ores; actinium; Ac

atomic number 9

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n.
  1. a nonmetallic univalent element belonging to the halogens; usually a yellow irritating toxic flammable gas; a powerful oxidizing agent; recovered from fluorite or cryolite or fluorapatite; fluorine; F

atomic number 90

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n.
  1. a soft silvery-white tetravalent radioactive metallic element; isotope 232 is used as a power source in nuclear reactors; occurs in thorite and in monazite sands; thorium; Th

atomic number 91

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n.
  1. a short-lived radioactive metallic element formed from uranium and disintegrating into actinium and then into lead; protactinium; protoactinium; Pa

atomic number 92

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n.
  1. a heavy toxic silvery-white radioactive metallic element; occurs in many isotopes; used for nuclear fuels and nuclear weapons; uranium; U

atomic number 93

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n.
  1. a radioactive transuranic metallic element; found in trace amounts in uranium ores; a by-product of the production of plutonium; neptunium; Np

atomic number 94

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n.
  1. a solid silvery grey radioactive transuranic element whose atoms can be split when bombarded with neutrons; found in minute quantities in uranium ores but is usually synthesized in nuclear reactors; 13 isotopes are known with the most important being plutonium 239; plutonium; Pu

atomic number 95

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n.
  1. a radioactive transuranic metallic element; discovered by bombarding uranium with helium atoms; americium; Am

atomic number 96

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n.
  1. a radioactive transuranic metallic element; produced by bombarding plutonium with helium nuclei; curium; Cm

atomic number 97

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a radioactive transuranic element; discovered by bombarding americium with helium; berkelium; Bk

atomic number 98

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a radioactive transuranic element; discovered by bombarding curium with alpha particles; californium; Cf

atomic number 99

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a radioactive transuranic element produced by bombarding plutonium with neutrons; einsteinium; Es; E
n.
  1. an identification number consisting of a two-part code assigned to banks and savings associations; the first part shows the location and the second identifies the bank itself; BIN; ABA transit number

baryon number

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n.
  1. a number equal to the difference between the number of baryons and the number of antibaryons in any subatomic structure; it is conserved in all types of particle interactions

binary number system

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n.
  1. a positional system of numeration that uses binary digits and a radix of two; binary numeration system; pure binary numeration system; binary system

box number

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n.
  1. a mailing address to which answers to a newspaper ad can be sent
  2. the number of a letter box at the post office where mail is collected; post-office box number; PO box number; PO Box No

call number

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n.
  1. a mark consisting of characters written on a book; used to indicate shelf location; call mark; pressmark

cardinal number

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n.
  1. the number of elements in a mathematical set; denotes a quantity but not the order; cardinal

complex number

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n.
  1. (mathematics) a number of the form a+bi where a and b are real numbers and i is the square root of -1; complex quantity; imaginary number; imaginary

composite number

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n.
  1. an integer that is divisible without remainder by at least one positive integer other than itself and one

compound number

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n.
  1. a quantity expressed in two different units

decimal number system

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n.
  1. a positional system of numeration that uses decimal digits and a base of ten; decimal numeration system; decimal system
n.
  1. a positional system of numeration that uses duodecimal digits and a radix of twelve; duodecimal system

f number

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n.
  1. the ratio of the focal length to the diameter of a (camera) lens system; focal ratio; stop number; speed

fixed-point number

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n.
  1. a number represented in fixed-point notation

floating-point number

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n.
  1. a number represented in floating-point notation
n.
  1. a positional system of numeration that uses hexadecimal digits and a radix of sixteen; sexadecimal number system; hexadecimal system
n.
  1. a numeral or string of numerals that is used for identification; number

imaginary number

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n.
  1. (mathematics) a number of the form a+bi where a and b are real numbers and i is the square root of -1; complex number; complex quantity; imaginary
n.
  1. the part of a complex number that has the square root of -1 as a factor; imaginary part

index number

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n.
  1. a number or ratio (a value on a scale of measurement) derived from a series of observed facts; can reveal relative changes as a function of time; index; indicant; indicator

irrational number

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n.
  1. a real number that cannot be expressed as a rational number; irrational

large number

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n.
  1. a large indefinite number; battalion; multitude; plurality; pack
E.g.
  • There are a large number of mosques in the region.
  • With his wives he had a large number of children.
  • Brussels is home to a large number of immigrants.

license number

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n.
  1. the number on the license plate that identifies the car that bears it; registration number

magic number

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n.
  1. the atomic number of an extra stable strongly bound atomic nucleus: 2, 8, 20, 28, 50, 82 or 126

mass number

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n.
  1. the sum of the number of neutrons and protons in an atomic nucleus; nucleon number

natural number

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n.
  1. the number 1 and any other number obtained by adding 1 to it repeatedly

nucleon number

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n.
  1. the sum of the number of neutrons and protons in an atomic nucleus; mass number

number 1

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n.
  1. the first element in a countable series; first; number one

number agreement

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n.
  1. agreement in number between words in the same grammatical construction (e.g., between adjectives and the nouns they modify)

number cruncher

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n.
  1. someone able to perform complex and lengthy calculations
  2. a computer capable of performing a large number of mathematical operations per second

number crunching

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n.
  1. performing complex and lengthy numerical calculations

number one

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n.
  1. a reference to yourself or myself etc.; `take care of number one' means to put your own interests first
  2. the first or highest in an ordering or series; first
  3. the first element in a countable series; first; number 1

number one wood

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n.
  1. a golf club (a wood) with a near vertical face that is used for hitting long shots from the tee; driver
n.
  1. any notation for the representation of numbers; numeration system; number system; system of numeration

number system

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n.
  1. any notation for the representation of numbers; numeration system; number representation system; system of numeration

number theorist

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n.
  1. a mathematician specializing in number theory

octal number system

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n.
  1. a positional system of numeration that uses octal digits and a radix of eight; octal numeration system

octane number

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n.
  1. a measure of the antiknock properties of gasoline; octane rating

opposite number

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n.
  1. a person or thing having the same function or characteristics as another; counterpart; vis-a-vis

ordinal number

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n.
  1. the number designating place in an ordered sequence; ordinal; no.

oxidation number

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n.
  1. the degree of oxidation of an atom or ion or molecule; for simple atoms or ions the oxidation number is equal to the ionic charge; oxidation state

page number

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n.
  1. the system of numbering pages; pagination; folio; paging
n.
  1. a number you choose and use to gain access to various accounts; PIN; PIN number

phone number

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n.
  1. the number is used in calling a particular telephone; telephone number; number
E.g.
  • box, and provided them an address and phone number.
  • At that point, Seinfeld got her phone number.
  • The phone number can be of another country.

post-office box number

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n.
  1. the number of a letter box at the post office where mail is collected; PO box number; PO Box No; box number

prime number

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n.
  1. an integer that has no integral factors but itself and 1

pure imaginary number

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n.
  1. an imaginary number of the form a+bi where a is 0

random number generator

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n.
  1. a routine designed to yield a random number

rational number

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n.
  1. an integer or a fraction; rational

real number

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n.
  1. any rational or irrational number; real
E.g.
  • That is, for an arbitrary real number formula_58.
  • Let be the base and "x" a non-negative real number.
  • Every real number has a unique location on the line.

registration number

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n.
  1. the number on the license plate that identifies the car that bears it; license number

sexadecimal number system

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n.
  1. a positional system of numeration that uses hexadecimal digits and a radix of sixteen; hexadecimal number system; hexadecimal system

stop number

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n.
  1. the ratio of the focal length to the diameter of a (camera) lens system; focal ratio; f number; speed

telephone number

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n.
  1. the number is used in calling a particular telephone; phone number; number
n.
  1. an irrational number that is not algebraic

wave number

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n.
  1. the reciprocal of the wavelength of a wave

whole number

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n.
  1. any of the natural numbers (positive or negative) or zero; integer

peaked at number

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E.g.
  • The second single, "Boots On", peaked at number 2.
  • The EP peaked at number 2 on the Gaon Album Chart.
  • It peaked at number 9 on the Spanish Albums Chart.

reached number

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E.g.
  • The album reached number 8 in the UK Albums Chart.
  • The album reached number 24 on the UK Album Chart.
  • It reached number 44 on the "Billboard" 200 chart.

debuted at number

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E.g.
  • It debuted at number nine on the UK Singles Chart.
  • It debuted at number seven on the box office chart.
  • It debuted at number one on the UK Singles Chart.

total number

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E.g.
  • The total number of passengers carried was 150,000.
  • The total number of members of the team was five.
  • The total number of findings rose to 49 in FY 2005.

small number

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E.g.
  • A small number of Shuwa Arabs live near Lake Chad.
  • ), as well as , and a small number of other words.
  • That is except for a small number built in the 1860s.

number of other

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E.g.
  • It also uses a smaller number of other newer DMUs.
  • A number of other galleries also carry his pieces.
  • ), as well as , and a small number of other words.

number of years

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E.g.
  • For a number of years a foundry operated in Volaka.
  • The show was sponsored by Coca-Cola for a number of years.
  • For a number of years he served as critic at large for "GQ".

number of people

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E.g.
  • The settlement was conquered by a number of people.
  • The number of people born in Canada declined by 13%.
  • A number of people have to be rescued each year.

peaking at number

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E.g.
  • Hot Dance Club Play chart, peaking at number four.
  • In Belgium, it charted for four weeks, peaking at number 26.
  • It spent 14 weeks on the UK Singles Chart, peaking at number 2.

number of different

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E.g.
  • This may be measured in a number of different ways.
  • The circuit had a number of different configurations.
  • There are a number of different classes in this sport.

limited number

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E.g.
  • A limited number of Customline wagons was also built.
  • A limited number of tickets is also sold every morning.
  • Players can repair their weapon a limited number of times.

reaching number

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E.g.
  • The single was big in the UK, reaching number 2.
  • The song was re-released in 1992, reaching number 40.
  • It did better in Canada, reaching number four.

highest number

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E.g.
  • The player with the highest number goes first.
  • The faction had the highest number of PPP MPs.
  • (In fact, the highest number drafted was 195.)

significant number

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E.g.
  • Fishing also provides a significant number of jobs.
  • Pakistan also operates significant number of SLC-2 Radar.
  • A significant number of the historic buildings are listed.

number of times

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E.g.
  • Rival gangs tried to kill him there a number of times.
  • The lady rotates a specific number of times in the air.
  • ", almost white from the number of times it was played.

same number

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E.g.
  • Each image consists of the same number of pixels.
  • the same number that in decimal is written as "14").
  • one with the same number of rows and columns.

increasing number

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E.g.
  • An increasing number of Saudi citizens identify as Ahmadis.
  • This can be attributed to an increasing number of European visitors.
  • An increasing number of buildings have been restored over the years.

ranked number

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E.g.
  • She was ranked number 1 in the US from 1988 to 1993.
  • In August 2019, she was ranked number 51 in the world.
  • As of May 2018, she was ranked number 38 in the world.

number of students

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E.g.
  • Currently the number of students is almost 36,000.
  • The total number of students is about 7,000.
  • Its total number of students is 2,000.

largest number

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E.g.
  • The largest number of these are Chinese and Japanese.
  • The largest number of victims were Serbs.
  • The United States to the largest number of Cubans outside Cuba.

great number

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E.g.
  • The next night, a great number come to listen.
  • The individual accolades were in great number.
  • Romania and Greece also host a great number of witches.

growing number

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E.g.
  • It has a growing number of second language speakers.
  • However, a growing number of inhabitants are functionally illiterate.
  • The growing number of departments meant many new salaried bureaucrats.

number of new

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E.g.
  • The expansion also adds a number of new Khitai dungeons.
  • The number of new characters increased from this year on.
  • A number of new characters were introduced in the annuals.

number of books

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E.g.
  • He began but did not complete a number of books.
  • the aristocracy) to them in a number of books.
  • He has also appeared in a number of books and video games.

number of votes

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E.g.
  • online survey by number of votes received)’
  • The total number of votes throughout the 4 rounds are counted.
  • The leading candidates with the largest number of votes were elected.

made a number

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E.g.
  • He made a number of films for Robert L. Lippert.
  • He made a number of studies of Richmond Bridge.
  • Bell made a number of administrative reforms.

number of points

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E.g.
  • When an egg is dropped, a number of points are lost.
  • Alternatively it can be played for a fixed number of points.
  • Let "n" be the number of points and "d" the number of dimensions.

number of seats

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E.g.
  • In a classroom there are a certain number of seats.
  • The church is of long plan and has 250 number of seats.
  • Total number of seats on the Council after the elections:

high number

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E.g.
  • Melarsoprol has a high number of side effects.
  • In total he played in a notably high number of games; 13 of the 18.
  • Until today he has led a high number of international research projects.

charted at number

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E.g.
  • The single also charted at number 32 in Ireland.
  • It charted at number 33 on the UK Singles Chart.
  • The album charted at number 12 on the UK Albums Chart

serial number

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E.g.
  • 12) only being the typeface of the serial number.
  • The prototype was allocated RAF serial number K5054.
  • Individual cars are assigned a 4 digit serial number.

number of small

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E.g.
  • Vico Morcote contains a number of small hotels and restaurants.
  • A number of small townships and villages emerged during his reign.
  • Joseph's featured a number of small shops assembled under one roof.

certain number

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E.g.
  • In a classroom there are a certain number of seats.
  • It contains a certain number of errors and Urban myths.
  • However, they can only equip a certain number of Force Metals.

song reached number

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E.g.
  • In Europe, the song reached number 19 in Germany.
  • The song reached number 7 on the New Zealand charts.
  • The song reached number 4 on the New Zealand charts.

reduce the number

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E.g.
  • Its purpose is to reduce the number of students skipping classes.
  • The goal is to reduce the number of hospitalizations due to mental health.
  • That necessitated an alphabet reform, which to reduce the number of the letters.

world number

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E.g.
  • He was ranked world number 69 going into 2013.
  • Barnard went into 2013 ranked world number 77.
  • Brown entered 2013 ranked world number 86.

wrote a number

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E.g.
  • He wrote a number of children's books which include:
  • He also wrote a number of choral works.
  • During this time he wrote a number of works on the specialty.

increase the number

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E.g.
  • To increase the number of students, a new class was admitted each year.
  • It was airtight and let makers increase the number of pad-covered holes.
  • For starters they decided to increase the number of teams from 17 to 19.

number of teams

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E.g.
  • The number of teams has expanded to 28 since 1991.
  • Hence the number of teams competing in the S.F.C.
  • The number of teams was increased from 12 to 14.

published a number

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E.g.
  • It also published a number of interim reports.
  • He has published a number of works, including:
  • Emery published a number of works, including:

produced a number

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E.g.
  • The Komnenos dynasty produced a number of branches.
  • Wright has produced a number of cast recordings.
  • They also produced a number of local live shows.

number of local

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E.g.
  • There are a number of local sports clubs like JSC.
  • They also produced a number of local live shows.
  • Burroughs was educated at a number of local schools.

number theory

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E.g.
  • He has also worked on computational number theory.
  • Factorials have many applications in number theory.
  • In 1947 Dyson published two papers in number theory.

number of awards

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E.g.
  • This season was nominated for a number of awards.
  • Mabura has received a number of awards including:
  • The museum has won a number of awards since opening.

chart at number

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E.g.
  • Elsewhere, it managed to chart at number 194 in France.
  • 1" arriving on the chart at number 5, 6, and 12, respectively.

held a number

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E.g.
  • Modestinus also held a number of Roman priesthoods.
  • It held a number of hearings around the country.
  • Tisserant held a number of offices in the Roman Curia.

maximum number

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E.g.
  • The maximum number of elements per node is "U"−1.
  • The maximum number of recipient at one time is 25 people.
  • Let "m" be the maximum number of children a node can have.

number of players

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E.g.
  • Any number of players can share in this struggle.
  • Any specific card game imposes restrictions on the number of players.
  • The number of dice needed to roll is determined by the number of players.

number of members

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E.g.
  • The total number of members of the team was five.
  • the number of members enrolled was above 500.
  • The number of members is based on population.

number of important

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E.g.
  • The boulevard of Sabana Grande houses a number of important artworks.
  • There are a number of important passes and routes through the mountains.
  • Some common types include: Bakelite has a number of important properties.

contains a number

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E.g.
  • Rhos contains a number of listed public buildings.
  • The Disc contains a number of magical substances.
  • Portsmouth Harbour contains a number of islands.

number of occasions

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E.g.
  • The site's interface was redesigned on a number of occasions.
  • The movement has clashed with Hamas on a number of occasions.
  • He has represented Canada nationally on a number of occasions.

weeks at number

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E.g.
  • In Canada, it spent two weeks at number five.
  • The song spent four non-consecutive weeks at number one.
  • Since then, 18 songs have spent 10 or more weeks at number one.

larger number

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E.g.
  • A larger number said they were raising prices.
  • A larger number of factors may underlie these five factors.
  • the larger number of the "tridtsatniki", who were deported to the Gulag.

received a number

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E.g.
  • Putterill has received a number of Marsden grants.
  • Mabura has received a number of awards including:
  • He has also received a number of honours and awards.

first number

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E.g.
  • Bad Bunny and J Balvin scored their first number one.
  • The first number the Red Wings retired was No.
  • His #26 was the first number ever retired by Fresno State.

number of children

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E.g.
  • With his wives he had a large number of children.
  • We should not try to limit the number of children."
  • He wrote a number of children's books which include:

increased the number

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E.g.
  • From 2013 to 2014, Wimdu increased the number of bookings by 31%.
  • This migration increased the number of Serbs in the Pannonian Plain.
  • The regime of Sékou Touré increased the number of internal arrests and executions.

number of factors

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E.g.
  • A number of factors, though, aggravated this feud.
  • This move was inspired by a number of factors.
  • The proposed phenomenon may be due to a number of factors.

number of species

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E.g.
  • A number of species in this genus are plant pathogens.
  • "Synergus" has the greatest number of species in Synergini.
  • Soon afterwards, a large number of species was assigned to the genus.

greater number

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E.g.
  • It has a greater number of star spots than the Sun.
  • However, "Champlain" achieved a greater number of passengers.
  • corresponding to higher payoffs) have a greater number of offspring.

number of ways

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E.g.
  • There are a huge number of ways of diversifying.
  • There are a number of ways of quantifying an outline.
  • Blast resistance can be achieved in a number of ways.

number of international

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E.g.
  • The order sponsors a number of international awards.
  • Prokhorov owns a number of international investments.
  • Bangladesh hosts a number of international tournaments.

through a number

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E.g.
  • Mako went through a number of design changes.
  • Over the years, CKBC went through a number of ownerships.
  • It went through a number of owners after Cudahy's death in 1910.

considerable number

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E.g.
  • There are a considerable number of musicians, academics and doctors.
  • Districts of Lohit, Changlang and Papumpare have a considerable number of Chakmas.
  • Here too a considerable number of defendants confessed to one or more of the charges.

number of women

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E.g.
  • Entertainment guilds also had a significant number of women members.
  • The song depicts a number of women looking for love in a singles bar.
  • Reportedly, a sizable number of women also participate in this irregular warfare.

chart and number

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The album reached number 3 on the country chart and number 12 on the "Billboard 200".
  • It reached number 14 on the Oricon chart and number 19 on "Billboard"s Japan Hot 100.
  • "Sam" went to number one on the Easy Listening chart and number twenty on the Hot 100.

number of films

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E.g.
  • This preceded a drop in the number of films he made.
  • He made a number of films for Robert L. Lippert.
  • After "Aashiqui", Roy signed a number of films.

increasing the number

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E.g.
  • He supports lowering taxes and increasing the number of Illinois jobs.
  • Boundary changes took place for the 1999 election increasing the number of seats by 1.
  • It was a Sunday so the people had gathered in the town, increasing the number of victims.

number of smaller

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E.g.
  • The lake also forms a number of smaller bays and inlets.
  • There are two main rival parties and a number of smaller parties.
  • There also are a substantial number of smaller cooperative groups.

number of countries

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E.g.
  • A number of countries have no navy, for geographical reasons.
  • A number of countries have destroyers preserved as museum ships.
  • A large number of countries supported the FAZ in the early 1970s.

won a number

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E.g.
  • The museum has won a number of awards since opening.
  • Throughout his career, Antonucci won a number of awards.
  • CNAi won a number of regional awards.

number of works

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E.g.
  • Harunobu, Utamaro) produced a large number of works.
  • A number of works survive in manuscript copies only.
  • He has published a number of works, including:

catalog number

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E.g.
  • This release had the catalog number TPCD-0211-2.
  • The release has a catalog number of "UMCK-1056".
  • The single's catalog number is GNCA-7921

number of major

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E.g.
  • October 2000 saw a number of major changes to the show.
  • There are a number of major rivers within the British Isles.
  • Spain had a number of major assets, apart from its homeland itself.

reduced the number

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • This reduced the number of steps to climb.
  • This in turn reduced the number of dog attacks on the flock.
  • He reduced the number of connecting wires from eight to two.

number of cases

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E.g.
  • In a number of cases, authoritarian regimes were reinforced.
  • Tamoxifen has been associated with a number of cases of hepatotoxicity.
  • Secondary mania has been associated with HIV/AIDS in a number of cases.

reducing the number

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E.g.
  • Topical tretinoin is ineffective as treatment for reducing the number of AKs.
  • Moreover, reducing the number of different interaction types is seen as desirable.
  • By reducing the number of elements, Hopper creates a slow moving or even still scene.

greatest number

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E.g.
  • "Synergus" has the greatest number of species in Synergini.
  • The house with the greatest number of points is awarded the title "Cocke House".
  • The greatest number of single family homes (77) were built between 1919 and 1945.

number of notable

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E.g.
  • A number of notable sculptures can be seen in the city.
  • There are also a number of notable steles.
  • She has directed for a number of notable television series.

includes a number

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E.g.
  • It includes a number of national privacy principles.
  • The trail system includes a number of bridges.
  • includes a number of songs that showcase the guitorgan.

average number

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E.g.
  • The average number of viewers is about one million.
  • The average number of tosses needed for this method is .
  • It is the average number of hits it takes to score a run.

number of games

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E.g.
  • He played a number of games beside All Black, Chris Jack.
  • The number of games played by each team was increased to 40.
  • Lillywhite no longer played, but did umpire in a number of games.

number of articles

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E.g.
  • This happened by 2004; the number of articles was now 56,000.
  • From 1920 onwards, a number of articles were published about him.
  • A number of articles in the trade press derided Ticketmaster's suit.

exact number

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E.g.
  • The exact number of machines produced is not known.
  • Therefore, the exact number of Ainu people is unknown.
  • The exact number of child-prostitutes in Thailand is not known.

number of songs

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E.g.
  • The number of songs by Arne is in square brackets.
  • He was also featured in a number of songs on the EP.

went to number

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • His version went to number 83 on the country chart.
  • The album went to number one in 21 countries.
  • The song “Classic” went to number one on the Hype Machine.

included a number

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E.g.
  • The letter included a number of observations and recommendations.
  • That year's squad had 27 players, which included a number of new ones.
  • The team included a number of athletes who were then serving in the Navy.

number of public

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E.g.
  • Baker's death prompted a number of public tributes.
  • Keddie held a number of public offices over the years.
  • She has received a number of public and private grants.

number of prominent

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E.g.
  • "Ghost in the Shell" (1989) influenced a number of prominent filmmakers.
  • Buttimer Buttimer is the surname of a number of prominent social figures.
  • Augustinus Fabrikker is a stakeholder in a number of prominent Danish companies:

number ten

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E.g.
  • "Miami" has since reached number ten in the ranking.
  • The song peaked at number ten on the UK Singles Chart.
  • This version reached number ten on the Billboard Hot 100.

smaller number

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E.g.
  • It also uses a smaller number of other newer DMUs.
  • She competed in 3000m races, as well as a smaller number of 1500m races.
  • In Sweden, after the World War I, a smaller number of tanks were procured.

unknown number

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E.g.
  • An unknown number of slaves were captured.
  • An unknown number of deportees perished during the process.
  • Two men were killed; there were an unknown number of survivors.

yard number

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E.g.
  • She was yard number 900 and had the name "Kashiwara Maru" at that time.
  • Her yard number was 125.
  • "Empire Alderney" was built by J. Harker Ltd., Knottingley as yard number 166.

number of literates

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E.g.
  • The total number of literates was 156,476 (84.21% of the population over 6 years).
  • The total number of literates in Matia was 3,191 (78.71% of the population over 6 years).
  • The total number of literates in Nyazat was 3,036 (72.49% of the population over 6 years).

equal number

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • By the end of the year, 6 more Zeros replaced an equal number of D3As.
  • While there is an equal number of Chinese the other figures are above average.
  • As a result, the club has been attracting an equal number of cheers and criticisms.

record number

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • It completed a record number of 900+ shows in first five weeks.
  • A record number of 6,000 delegates from 134 countries participated.
  • Bold numbers denotes record number of victories in certain disciplines.
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