decimalise


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decimalise


Past participle: decimalised
Gerund: decimalising

Imperative
decimalise
decimalise
Present
I decimalise
you decimalise
he/she/it decimalises
we decimalise
you decimalise
they decimalise
Preterite
I decimalised
you decimalised
he/she/it decimalised
we decimalised
you decimalised
they decimalised
Present Continuous
I am decimalising
you are decimalising
he/she/it is decimalising
we are decimalising
you are decimalising
they are decimalising
Present Perfect
I have decimalised
you have decimalised
he/she/it has decimalised
we have decimalised
you have decimalised
they have decimalised
Past Continuous
I was decimalising
you were decimalising
he/she/it was decimalising
we were decimalising
you were decimalising
they were decimalising
Past Perfect
I had decimalised
you had decimalised
he/she/it had decimalised
we had decimalised
you had decimalised
they had decimalised
Future
I will decimalise
you will decimalise
he/she/it will decimalise
we will decimalise
you will decimalise
they will decimalise
Future Perfect
I will have decimalised
you will have decimalised
he/she/it will have decimalised
we will have decimalised
you will have decimalised
they will have decimalised
Future Continuous
I will be decimalising
you will be decimalising
he/she/it will be decimalising
we will be decimalising
you will be decimalising
they will be decimalising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been decimalising
you have been decimalising
he/she/it has been decimalising
we have been decimalising
you have been decimalising
they have been decimalising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been decimalising
you will have been decimalising
he/she/it will have been decimalising
we will have been decimalising
you will have been decimalising
they will have been decimalising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been decimalising
you had been decimalising
he/she/it had been decimalising
we had been decimalising
you had been decimalising
they had been decimalising
Conditional
I would decimalise
you would decimalise
he/she/it would decimalise
we would decimalise
you would decimalise
they would decimalise
Past Conditional
I would have decimalised
you would have decimalised
he/she/it would have decimalised
we would have decimalised
you would have decimalised
they would have decimalised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.decimalise - change from fractions to decimals; "Stock prices will be decimalized in the year 2000"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
2.decimalise - change to the decimal system; "The country decimalized the currency in 1975"
convert, change over - change from one system to another or to a new plan or policy; "We converted from 220 to 110 Volt"
Translations
يُحَوِّل إلى شكل عُشْري
breyta yfir í tugakerfi

decimal

(ˈdesiməl) adjective
numbered by tens. the decimal system.
noun
a decimal fraction. Convert these fractions to decimals.
ˈdecimalize, ˈdecimalise verb
to convert from a non-decimal to a decimal form.
ˌdecimaliˈzation, ˌdecimaliˈsation noun
decimal currency
a system of money in which each coin or note is either a tenth of or ten times another in value.
decimal fraction
a fraction expressed as so many tenths, hundredths, thousandths etc and written with a decimal point, like this. 0.1 (= 1/10), 2.33 (= 233/100).
References in periodicals archive ?
Hands up the boy (or girl - we are into equal opportunities on The Journal) who can decimalise that.
The EU did not impose metrication on us: the UK itself chose to move to metrication back in 1994, just as we had earlier freely chosen to decimalise our currency and later chose to measure temperature in degrees Celsius (Centigrade) instead of Fahrenheit.
IT WAS interesting to read about the memories of 1969 (The Mirror's M supplement, June 19), but there was an error regarding the 50 pence piece, as we didn't decimalise until February 1971.