Arabic numerals

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Ar′abic nu′merals


n.pl.
the number symbols 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, in general European use since the 12th century.
Also called Ar′abic fig′ures.
[1840–50]
Translations
números arábigos
arab
arabské číslice

Arabic numerals

nplnumeri mpl arabi, numerazione fsg araba
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In a novel study, Campbell and Clark (1992) asked participants to solve basic multiplications presented in Arabic digit format or number word format.
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