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Meaning of “digit” in the English Dictionary

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digitnoun [C]

 us   /ˈdɪdʒ·ɪt/
  • digit noun [C] (NUMBER)

mathematics any one of the ​numbers 0 through 9: 6735 is a four-digit ​number.
  • digit noun [C] (FINGER)

one of the ​fingers or ​toes
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digitnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈdɪdʒɪt/
any one of the ten written ​numbers 0 to 9: Your ​password should contain a mixture of ​letters and digits. a four-digit/10-digit, etc. ​number
single/double/triple, etc. digit used to say whether a ​number is between 1 and 9, between 10 and 99, between 101 and 999, etc.: He ​forecast that ​double-digitinflation would ​return. single-digit, etc. ​losses/​gainsin single/double, etc. digits His popularity has ​fallen so far, his ​pollratings are now in ​single digits.
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(Definition of digit from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “digit”
in Korean 숫자…
in Arabic رَقَم…
in Malaysian angka, jari…
in French chiffre, doigt, orteil…
in Russian цифра…
in Chinese (Traditional) 數字, (零到九中的任一)數字…
in Italian cifra…
in Turkish sayı, basamak…
in Polish cyfra…
in Spanish dígito, dedo…
in Vietnamese con số, ngón tay, ngón chân…
in Portuguese dígito…
in Thai ตัวเลข, นิ้ว…
in German die Stelle, der Finger, die Zehe…
in Catalan dígit…
in Japanese (数字の)けた…
in Chinese (Simplified) 数字, (0到9中的任一)数字…
in Indonesian angka, jari…
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