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number

noun [C] (SYMBOL)
符號
 
 
/ˈnʌm.bər/ US  /-bɚ/
(a sign or symbol representing) a unit which forms part of the system of counting and calculating
數字
25, 300 and a billion are all numbers.
25 300和10億都是數字。
She's very good with numbers (= good at adding, subtracting, ).
她非常擅長數字運算。
Numbers generally
( written abbreviation no.) one of a series of the symbols used in counting, which is used to mark a particular example of something
號碼;…號
They live at number 34 Orchard Street.
他們住在果園街34號。
Please write your credit card number on this form.
請把你的信用卡號寫在這張表格上。
What's our flight number?
我們的航班號碼是多少?
Numbers generally
( written abbreviation no.) a telephone number
電話號碼
I gave him my number.
我把自己的電話號碼給了他。
Numbers generallyCommunicating by telephone
(Definition of number noun (SYMBOL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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