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- n. The number one hundred and one, which is one hundred plus one.
- adj. Basic, beginner, starting from scratch.
- n. A thoroughly large number. Used especially in book titles.
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- adj. being one more than one hundred
From the practice in US colleges of numbering courses, the initial course normally ending in 101 (Wiktionary)
Symbolizing more than 100, an already large number. (Wiktionary)
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