
 pronunciation:
 nuhm
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 parts of speech:
 noun, verb
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part of speech: 
noun 
definition 1: 
a unit in math with a fixed value that is used in counting or to tell the position of something in a series. Four, four tenths, and four hundred are all numbers. Numbers can also be written in numerals: 4, 0.4, 400.
 similar words:
 cardinal, digit, figure, integer, numeral

definition 2: 
a number or numeral used to label or name something.
Write down my telephone number.Football players wear numbers on their shirts. similar words:
 numeral

definition 3: 
total amount; sum.
The number of people in this room is eight. synonyms:
 amount, sum
 similar words:
 figure, tally, total

definition 4: 
a large quantity.
A number of icicles formed on the roof. synonyms:
 amount, quantity
 similar words:
 abundance, army, crowd, host, multitude

definition 5: 
one piece of a musical program.
The pianist played a lively number. similar words:
 composition, piece, routine, sketch, song

related words: 
dance, many, volume 
 
part of speech: 
verb 
inflections: 
numbers, numbering, numbered 
definition 1: 
to set apart or label with a number.
Please number your pages. 
definition 2: 
to limit in number or amount.
The sheriff told the outlaw that his days of stealing horses were numbered. similar words:
 confine, limit, restrict

definition 3: 
to amount to a total of.
Guests at the party numbered twenty. synonyms:
 total

definition 4: 
to be included.
I am numbered among the students on the honor roll. similar words:
 belong

related words: 
add 
derivation: 
numbered (adj.) 

a broader category that includes numbers 

mathematics 

similar to a number 

numeral, symbol 

some actions associated with numbers 

add, average, average out, calculate, compute, count, divide, estimate, figure, measure, multiply, round, square, subtract 

some descriptions of numbers 

binary, even, irrational, odd, prime 

some kinds of numbers 

Arabic numeral, cardinal number, decimal, fraction, improper fraction, integer, mixed number, ordinal number, power, Roman numeral, root, whole number 

some parts of numbers 

billions, billionths, decimal point, digits, hundreds, hundredths, millions, millionths, thousands 

some people who frequently use numbers 

accountant, architect, astronaut, clerk, engineer, mathematician, navigator, pilot, scientist 

some qualities of numbers 

equal, infinite, large, maximum, minimum, negative, positive, small, unequal, zero 

some things that contain or use numbers 

address, area code, calendar, combination, coordinate, countdown, dice, grade, index, telephone, zip code 
