from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The sign ⟨ № ⟩.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Number; -- often abbrev. No.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Number; the figure or mark by which any number of things is distinguished: abbreviated No.: as, he lives at No. 7 (usually read or spoken “number 7”).
Our take: Shepherd's finish is an undeniable fist-pump provoker, but he committed cardinal sin numero uno for any person seeking the highest office in the land.
In this case the number of segmented images is 120 (parameter "numero" in the code), the parameter incrementostep was set to incrementostep = 121.
In particolare, il numero di turisti giapponesi che si recano a Roma si è dimezzato rispetto al 1997.
Villopoto, especially, has been very quick and his ride in Arizona showed just how much he wants to go for Supercross Championship numero dos.
Si vemos de cerca los hábitos de los vampiros, vemos que tienen hábitos que ponen en riesgo nuestra humanidad – mas allá de lo ocasional comportamiento sediento de sangre (aunque eso no ayuda nuestro numero de sobrevivencia).
The Sea of Monsters, book numero two-oh, is already on my to-be-read pile.
I've been busy wrting and drooling over those hot Romulans on Star Trek, not to mention numero uno hottie, Chester Bennington of Linkin Park.
It seems everyone is so busy being "numero uno" that they missed the fact that it doesn't look very ergonomic.
Sometimes if I want to try something new, I will point to something on a menu and say “numero cinco por favor.”
In this case the house no. is just s/n - sin/numero.
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