Digit

A digit is a toe or a finger.
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Digit

Lengths: 28th part of a cubit. Width of a finger. Approx.
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digit

[n] - one of the elements that collectively form a system of numbers 2. [n] - a finger or toe in human beings or corresponding part in other vertebrates
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digit

A single unit or numeral in a counting system.
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Digit

Digit is a word with more than one meaning in discussing digital voltmeters. A four-digit panel meter is one having four decimal decades eg 9999. Accuracy of one digit implies an accuracy of one count in the least significant decade
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Digit

In the decimal system, one of the numbers 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. See also: Decimal Number.
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Digit

A measure of the display span of a panel meter. By convention, a full digit can assume any value from 0 through 9, a 1/2-digit will display a 1 and overload at 2, a 3/4-digit will display digits up to 3 and overload at 4, etc. For example, a meter with a display span of ±3999 counts is said to be a 3-3/4 digit meter.
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Digit

A finger or toe.
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Digit

Digit: A finger or toe.
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Digit

Dig'it (dĭj'ĭt) noun [ Latin digitus finger; probably akin to Greek da`ktylos , of uncertain origin; possibly akin to English toe . Confer Dactyl .] 1. (Zoology) One of the terminal divisions of a limb appendage; a finger or toe. « The...
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Digit

Dig'it transitive verb To point at or out with the finger. [ R.]
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digit

1. <zoology> One of the terminal divisions of a limb appendage; a finger or toe. 'The ruminants have the 'cloven foot,' i. E, two hoofed digits on each foot.' (Owen) ... 2. A finger's breadth, commonly estimated to be three fourths of an inch. ... 3. <mathematics> One of the ten figures or symbols, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, by which...
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digit

dactyl noun a finger or toe in human beings or corresponding body part in other vertebrates
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digit

figure noun one of the elements that collectively form a system of numeration; `0 and 1 are digits`
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digit

(dij´it) a finger or toe. adj., dig´ital., adj.
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Digit

• (n.) One of the ten figures or symbols, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, by which all numbers are expressed; -- so called because of the use of the fingers in counting and computing. • (n.) A finger`s breadth, commonly estimated to be three fourths of an inch. • (n.) One twelfth part of the diameter of the sun or moon; -- a term used ...
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digit

(from the article `measurement system`) The royal cubit (524 mm, or 20.62 inches) was subdivided in an extraordinarily complicated way. The basic subunit was the digit, doubtlessly a ...
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digit

(from the article `measurement system`) ...Metrologists have come to differing conclusions concerning its exact length, but the currently accepted modern equivalents are 296 mm, or 11.65 ...
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digit

in anatomy, finger or toe of land vertebrates, the skeleton of which consists of small bones called phalanges. The tips of the digits are usually ...
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digit

digit 1. A finger or toe in human beings or the corresponding part in other vertebrates. 2. Any of the Arabic numerals 0 to 9; one of the elements that collectively form a system of numbers. 3. Any of the symbols of other number systems, as 0 or 1 in the binary. 4. The width of a finger used as a unit of length, equal to approximately 2 cm (3/4 ...
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Digit

[anatomy] A digit is one of several most distal parts of a limb, such as fingers or toes, present in many vertebrates. == Names== Some languages have different names for hand and foot digits (English: respectively `finger` and `toe`, French: `doigts` and `orteils`). In other languages, e.g. Russian, Polish, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Cze...
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digit

a member of a finite set of integers used to represent information NOTE - A digit may be represented by a signal element.
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digit

an element of address or other information that can be represented by a number less than the radix NOTE - In some signalling systems, members of the set of digits may be represented by symbols normally associated with alphabetic characters.
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digit

a member of a finite set of integers used to represent information NOTE 1 - A digit may be represented by a signal element. NOTE 2 - In equipment used in digital transmission, a digit may be represented by a specified physical condition, e.g. a binary magnetic condition of a ferrite core. NOTE 3 - The English term 'digit' is translated in French by...
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digit

a member of a finite set of integers used to represent information NOTE - A digit may be represented by a signal element.
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