third

  1. one of three equal parts of a divisible whole
  2. the fielding position of the player on a baseball team who is stationed near 3rd base
  3. following the second position in an ordering or series
  4. the musical interval between one note and another three notes away from it

third

(from the article `harmony`) ...largely to the Pythagorean ideal, which accepted as consonances only intervals expressible in the simplest numerical ratios—fourths, fifths, and ... ...contain ranks sounding at pitches other than in octaves with the 8-foot principal. In chorus mixtures these sound at a fifth above the unison ... ...
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third

[adj] - coming next after the second and just before the fourth in position 2. [adv] - in the third place 3. [n] - following the second position in an ordering or series 4. [n] - the musical interval between one note and another three notes away from it
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Third

• (n.) The sixtieth part of a second of time. • (a.) Next after the second; coming after two others; -- the ordinal of three; as, the third hour in the day. • (n.) The quotient of a unit divided by three; one of three equal parts into which anything is divided. • (a.) Constituting or being one of three equal parts into which any...
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third

3rd adjective coming next after the second and just before the fourth in position
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Third

[chord] In music, the third factor of a chord is the note or pitch two scale degrees above the root or tonal center. When the third is the bass note, or lowest note, of the expressed triad, the chord is in first inversion Play. Conventionally, the third is third in importance to the root and fifth, with first inversion being the second stro...
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Third

[curling] In curling, a third (alternatively, vice, vice-skip or mate) is the team member who delivers the second-to-last pair of a team`s stones in an end. The third is in charge of strategy and directing the sweepers when the skip is delivering their stones, but sweeps for the lead and second. The two vices are responsible for determining...
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Third

Third (thẽrd) adjective [ Middle English thirde , Anglo-Saxon þridda , from þrī , þreó , three; akin to Dutch derde third, German dritte , Icelandic þriði , Goth. þridja , Latin tertius , Gr...
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Third

Third noun 1. The quotient of a unit divided by three; one of three equal parts into which anything is divided. 2. The sixtieth part of a second of time. 3. (Mus.) The third tone of the scale; the mediant. 4. plural (Law) The third part of the es...
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third

1. Next after the second; coming after two others; the ordinal of three; as, the thirdhour in the day. 'The third night.' ... 2. Constituting or being one of three equal parts into which anything is divided; as, the third part of a day. Third estate. In England, the commons, or the commonalty, who are represented in Parliament by the House of Commo...
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third

degree burns (Also called a full thickness burn.) burns that destroy the epidermis and dermis. The burn site appears white or charred black. There is no sensation in the area, because the nerve endings are destroyed.
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Third

In music, a third is an interval comprising three letter names. It is of three kinds: Major (four semitones), minor (three), and diminished (two).
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Third

Interval between two notes that are two diatonic scale steps apart.
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Third

The interval between two notes which are three notes apart on the scale. The notes could either be one after the other in melody, such as in the start of 'A Day In The Life,' or both together in harmony, such as in the first note of 'Bye Bye Love'.
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Third

Third is boxing slang for the referee.
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