three hundred


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Adj.1.three hundred - being one hundred more than two hundredthree hundred - being one hundred more than two hundred
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
Translations
tres-cents
kolmesataa
þrjú hundruð
trecenti
trezentastrezentos
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The principal aim of his journey was to reconnoitre Lake Tchad, from which he was still three hundred and fifty miles distant.
Three feet being the average Perimeter it follows that, in a Polygon of three hundred sides each side will be no more than the hundredth part of a foot in length, or little more than the tenth part of an inch; and in a Polygon of six or seven hundred sides the sides are little larger than the diameter of a Spaceland pin-head.
We can do it nicely for three hundred dollars," she answered.
He said it was her eyes that made him buy the three hundred cakes.
T is needful that thy esquire Sancho shall, On his own sturdy buttocks bared to heaven, Three thousand and three hundred lashes lay, And that they smart and sting and hurt him well.
Whether the seamen of three hundred years hence will have the faculty of sympathy it is impossible to say.
I pulled off my shoes and stockings, and, wailing two or three hundred yards, I found the object to approach nearer by force of the tide; and then plainly saw it to be a real boat, which I supposed might by some tempest have been driven from a ship.
Yet I will give thee three hundred pounds for them all, and that in good hard silver and gold.
Ablewhite, senior, himself) for a loan of three hundred pounds.
In the rearing of skyscrapers, it is now usual to have a temporary wire strung vertically, so that the architect may stand on the ground and confer with a foreman who sits astride of a naked girder three hundred feet up in the air.
In these simultaneous observations they thought themselves justified in estimating the minimum length of the mammal at more than three hundred and fifty feet, as the Shannon and Helvetia were of smaller dimensions than it, though they measured three hundred feet over all.
Three hundred persons took their seats in the dining room, according to their rank and importance: the more important nearer to the honored guest, as naturally as water flows deepest where the land lies lowest.