Ten



noun
1.
a cardinal number, nine plus one.
2.
a symbol for this number, as 10 or X.
3.
a set of this many persons or things.
4.
a playing card with ten pips.
5.
Informal. a ten-dollar bill:
She had two tens and a five in her purse.
6.
Also called ten’s place. Mathematics.

(in a mixed number) the position of the second digit to the left of the decimal point.
(in a whole number) the position of the second digit from the right.

adjective
7.
amounting to ten in number.
Idioms
8.
take ten, Informal. to rest from what one is doing, especially for ten minutes.
1.
tenor.
2.
Music. tenuto.
1.
the upper end of a rating scale, with 10 indicating the best or a perfect score:
That new novel is wonderful—I’d rate it a 10.
noun
1.
the cardinal number that is the sum of nine and one. It is the base of the decimal number system and the base of the common logarithm See also number (sense 1)
2.
a numeral, 10, X, etc, representing this number
3.
something representing, represented by, or consisting of ten units, such as a playing card with ten symbols on it
4.
Also called ten o’clock. ten hours after noon or midnight
determiner
5.

amounting to ten: ten tigers
(as pronoun): to sell only ten

TEN abbr.
toxic epidermal necrolysis
tell someone where to get off
TEN
1.
Tennessee Titans
2.
toxic epidermal necrolysis
ten.
1.
tenor
2.
tenuto

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