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X

noun /eks/
the 24th letter of the English alphabet X,x ’Xylophone’ begins with an X.
(mathematics) a letter used to represent a number with an unknown value x If 9x = 3, what is x?
a letter used to represent a name that is unknown or not named X Imagine that Mr X left everything to his wife when he died, how much inheritance tax would she have to pay?
the roman numeral for 10. X
a mark used to represent a kiss, especially at the end of a letter. X, besos
used in the past to warn people that a film/movie was not suitable for people under the age of 18. x
(Definition of X from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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