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I, inoun [C or U]

uk   us   // (plural Is, I's or i's)

I, i noun [C or U] (LETTER)

the ninth letter of the English alphabet

I, i noun [C or U] (NUMBER)

(also i) the sign used in the Roman system for the number 1 and as part of the numbers 2 (ii), 3 (iii), 4 (iv), 6 (vi), 7 (vii), 8 (viii), and 9 (ix)
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