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Hundred

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Noun

1. 100, c, century, hundred, one c

ten 10s

Adjective

2. 100, c, hundred, one hundred

being ten more than ninety

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Hundred

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noun plural -dreds or -dred
1. 
the cardinal number that is the product of ten and ten; five score
See also number (sense 1)
2. 
a numeral, 100, C, etc, representing this number
3. (often plural)
a large but unspecified number, amount, or quantity
there will be hundreds of people there
4.  the hundreds
5. (plural)
the 100 years of a specified century
in the sixteen hundreds
6. 
something representing, represented by, or consisting of 100 units
7. mathematics
the position containing a digit representing that number followed by two zeros
in 4376, 3 is in the hundred's place
8. 
an ancient division of a county in England, Ireland, and parts of the US
determiner
9. 
a. 
amounting to or approximately a hundred
a hundred reasons for that
b. 
(as pronoun)
the hundred I chose
10. 
amounting to 100 times a particular scientific quantity
a hundred volts

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Hundred

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noun
1. 
the cardinal number next above ninety-nine; ten times ten; 100; C
2. 
a former division of an English county: orig., probably, 100 hides of land
3. 
a similar division in the early U.S., now only in Delaware
adjective
4. 
ten times ten

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Hundred

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n. pl. hundred or hun·dreds
1. The cardinal number equal to 10 × 10 or 102.
2. The number in the third position left of the decimal point in an Arabic numeral.
3. A one-hundred-dollar bill.
4. hundreds The numbers between 100 and 999: an attendance figure estimated in the hundreds.
5. An administrative division of some counties in England and the United States.

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