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abundant large in amount or number; more than enough.
acreage the number of acres in an area of land.
addend a number or amount added to another to form a sum.
address the place where one lives or a business is located. The address has the street name and number, city, and state or province. [1/6 definitions]
all the total number. [1/8 definitions]
any an amount of something; a number of. [1/5 definitions]
apartment building a building in which there are a number of individual apartments.
area code a set of three numbers given to different areas of the United States and Canada for telephone service. An area code must be dialed before the telephone number when calling someone outside a local area.
army a great number of people or things. [1/3 definitions]
attendance the number of people present. [1/2 definitions]
average the number gotten by adding two or more quantities and then dividing that result by the number of quantities added. [1/7 definitions]
barrage a great number of things coming one after another very quickly.
batch an amount of something or a number of similar things grouped or considered as a whole. [1/2 definitions]
big large in size, number, or weight. [1/3 definitions]
billion the number that is equal to one thousand times one million; 1,000,000,000. [4 definitions]
binary system a numbering system with a base of two. In binary numbers, any number can be expressed by 1, 0, or a combination of these. The number five is written as "101" in the binary system.
brief using the smallest number of words needed. [1/5 definitions]
bunch a number of things of the same kind that are attached together. [1/4 definitions]
bundle a number of things that have been tied or packed together. [1/3 definitions]
cardinal number any number used to indicate how many. One, three, and fifteen are cardinal numbers.
circulation the number of copies of a newspaper or magazine that are sold at a given time, or the selling itself. [1/3 definitions]