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dec·ade

 (dĕk′ād′, dĕ-kād′)
n.
1. A period of ten years.
2. A group or series of ten.

[Middle English, a group of ten, from Old French, from Late Latin decas, decad-, from Greek dekas, from deka, ten; see dekm̥ in Indo-European roots.]

dec′a·dal (dĕk′ə-dəl) adj.
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