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X, xnoun [C or U]

uk   us   /eks/ (plural Xs, X's or x's)

X, x noun [C or U] (LETTER)

the 24th letter of the English alphabet

X, x noun [C or U] (NUMBER)

(also x (plural x's)) the sign used in the Roman system for the number 10

X, x noun [C or U] (VOTE)

used when voting to mark the name of the person that you are choosing

X, xadjective

uk   us   /eks/
used especially in the past to refer to a film or show that is not suitable for people under 18 years old because it contains violence or sex: an X-rated film
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