century

  1. 100 years
  2. ten 10s

century

(from the article `patristic literature`) ...a highly cultivated convert in 382 in Evagrius Ponticus. He was the first monk to write extensively and was in the habit of arranging his material ...
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century

[n] - 100 years
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Century

• (n.) A division of the Roman people formed according to their property, for the purpose of voting for civil officers. • (n.) A period of a hundred years; as, this event took place over two centuries ago. • (n.) A hundred; as, a century of sonnets; an aggregate of a hundred things. • (n.) One of sixty companies into which a leg...
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century

noun a period of 100 years
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Century

[automobile] The Century was produced by the Century Motor Company from 1911-13 and later renamed to the Century Electric Car company from 1913-15. Both companies operated out of Detroit, Michigan. The Century was an electric car with an underslung chassis. It had tiller-operated steering, and the customer had the option of solid or pneumat...
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Century

[book] Originally published in 1999 by Phaidon Press, Century is a coffee table book that is equal parts photography and history. In the words of the author, Century is `an attempt to outline the history of the twentieth century as the camera has seen it.` The book was both conceived and edited by Bruce Bernard (1928-2000), a picture editor...
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Century

[cricket] In the sport of cricket, a century is a score of 100 or more runs in a single innings by a batsman. The term is also included in `century partnership` which occurs when two batsmen add 100 runs to the team total when they are batting together. A century is regarded as a landmark score for batsmen and a player`s number of centuries...
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century

[Noun] Plural form: centuries. A period of one hundred (100) years.
Example: 2002 is in the 21st century.
Found on http://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise/glossary/

Century

Cen'tu·ry noun ; plural Centuries . [ Latin centuria (in senses 1 & 3), from centum a hundred: confer French centurie . See Cent .] 1. A hundred; as, a century of sonnets; an aggregate of a hundred things. [ Archaic.] « And on it said ...
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century

a 100-mile ride.
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century

a one-hundred-mile ride (161 kilometers); metric century is one hundered kilometers (62 miles).
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century

A period of 100 years. The original Latin centuria means simply 'one hundred' and was used to describe any collection of 100 items. In the Roman army, a century was a group of 100 men, each known as a centurion. One of the few modern examples of 'century' being used other than to denote a period of ...
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Century

an individual score of at least 100 runs, a significant landmark for a batsman. Sometimes used ironically to describe a bowler conceding over 100 runs in an innings.
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Century

Century is slang for one hundred pounds sterling or dollars.
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Century

GBP
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Century

One hundred of something.
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Century

One hundred runs scored by a single batsman in a single innings. Multiples of one hundred are referred to as double and triple centuries. Fifty runs would be referred to as a 'half century'. While a partnership of 100 might be referred to as a 'century partnership', it would not simply be called a century. In fact, the term 'century' is slowly fall...
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century

period of one hundred years
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