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1. number

noun. ['ˈnʌmbɝ'] the property possessed by a sum or total or indefinite quantity of units or individuals.

Synonyms

  • numerosity
  • bulk
  • fewness
  • amount
  • innumerableness
  • numerousness
  • countlessness
  • figure
  • majority
  • roundness
  • preponderance
  • prevalence
  • minority

Antonyms

  • minority
  • unlawful
  • dishonesty
  • disagree

Etymology

  • noumbre (Anglo-Norman)
  • nombre (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

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2. number

noun. ['ˈnʌmbɝ'] a concept of quantity involving zero and units.

Synonyms

  • arity
  • compound number
  • third power
  • linage
  • minuend
  • quartic
  • oxidation state
  • Fibonacci number
  • square
  • cardinal
  • co-ordinate
  • multiplicand
  • cube
  • remainder
  • lineage
  • decimal
  • augend
  • coordinate
  • ordinal
  • subtrahend
  • count
  • constant
  • baryon number
  • fixed-point number
  • no.
  • score
  • complex quantity
  • multiplier factor
  • cardinal number
  • multiplier
  • quotient
  • integer
  • ordinal number
  • difference
  • fourth power
  • root
  • oxidation number
  • folio
  • definite quantity
  • base
  • imaginary
  • page number
  • paging
  • prime
  • floating-point number
  • composite number
  • biquadrate
  • prime quantity
  • complex number
  • second power
  • pagination
  • cardinality
  • atomic number
  • addend
  • factor
  • radix
  • biquadratic
  • divisor
  • quota
  • imaginary number
  • natural number
  • whole number
  • dividend

Antonyms

  • discontinuous
  • fall back
  • dissuade
  • deficit

Etymology

  • noumbre (Anglo-Norman)
  • nombre (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

3. number

verb. ['ˈnʌmbɝ'] add up in number or quantity.

Synonyms

  • be
  • average
  • average out
  • make
  • amount
  • work out
  • total
  • outnumber
  • come

Antonyms

  • aliquot
  • aliquant
  • innumerate
  • uneducated

Etymology

  • noumbre (Anglo-Norman)
  • nombre (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

4. number

noun. ['ˈnʌmbɝ'] the number is used in calling a particular telephone.

Synonyms

  • sign
  • signal
  • telephone number
  • signaling

Antonyms

  • ordinal
  • unimportant
  • buy
  • crossbred

Etymology

  • noumbre (Anglo-Norman)
  • nombre (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

5. number

noun. ['ˈnʌmbɝ'] a short theatrical performance that is part of a longer program.

Synonyms

  • routine
  • bit
  • act
  • show-stopper
  • turn
  • stopper
  • performance
  • public presentation

Antonyms

  • exclude
  • inconstancy
  • unstable
  • changeable

Etymology

  • noumbre (Anglo-Norman)
  • nombre (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

6. number

noun. ['ˈnʌmbɝ'] one of a series published periodically.

Synonyms

  • serial publication
  • issue
  • periodical
  • serial
  • series

Antonyms

  • qualitative
  • disarrange
  • unequal
  • cardinal

Etymology

  • noumbre (Anglo-Norman)
  • nombre (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

7. number

verb. ['ˈnʌmbɝ'] give numbers to.

Synonyms

  • designate
  • page
  • paginate
  • denominate

Antonyms

  • real
  • inferior
  • empty
  • last

Etymology

  • noumbre (Anglo-Norman)
  • nombre (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

8. number

noun. ['ˈnʌmbɝ'] a symbol used to represent a number.

Synonyms

  • Hindu numeral
  • antilog
  • symbol
  • antilogarithm
  • Hindu-Arabic numeral
  • numeral
  • Roman numeral

Antonyms

  • Arabic numeral
  • mistrust
  • distrust
  • Lady

Etymology

  • noumbre (Anglo-Norman)
  • nombre (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

9. 11

adjective. being one more than ten.

Synonyms

  • cardinal
  • eleven

Antonyms

  • unimportant
  • fifty-fifth
  • forty-third

10. 11

noun. the cardinal number that is the sum of ten and one.

Synonyms

  • XI
  • eleven

Antonyms

  • eleventh
  • 48th
  • hundred-and-fortieth

Sentences with atomic-number-11


1. Noun Phrase
In the example above, sodium, symbol Na, has atomic number 11.

2. Noun Phrase
The metallic element sodium is atomic number 11, and it is essential for human and animal life.

3. Noun Phrase
Oganesson (atomic number 118) is the heaviest element on the periodic table, but it is a synthetic element that can't be observed in nature.

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