three

[adj] - being one more than two 2. [n] - the cardinal number that is the sum of one and one and one
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Three

• (n.) A symbol representing three units, as 3 or iii. • (a.) One more than two; two and one. • (n.) The number greater by a unit than two; three units or objects.
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three

3 adjective being one more than two
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Three

Three adjective [ Middle English þre , þreo , þri , Anglo-Saxon þrī , masc., þreó , fem. and neut.; akin to OFries. thre , Old Saxon thria , threa , Dutch drie , German drei , Old High Germa...
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Three

Three noun 1. The number greater by a unit than two; three units or objects. 2. A symbol representing three units, as 3 or iii. Rule of three . (Arith.) See under Rule , noun
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three

1 + 1 = 3, for large values of 1. —anonymous The number of dimensions of space in which we live; three is also the smallest odd prime number, the second triangular number, and a Fibonacci number. Three is often the number of repetitions in jokes and children's stories (for example, the...
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three

One more than two; two and one. 'I offer thee three things.' 'Three solemn aisles approach the shrine.' (Keble) ... Three is often joined with other words, forming compounds signifying divided into, composed of, or containing, three parts, portions, organs, or the like; as, three-branched, three-capsuled, three-celled, three-cleft, three-edged, thr...
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