one hundred and one

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 ←  100 101
    Cardinal: one hundred and one, one hundred one, hundred and one, hundred one
    Ordinal: one hundred and first, one hundred first, hundred-and-first, hundred-first

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one hundred and one

  1. (Britain) One hundred plus one.

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  • Symbolic: 101
  • Roman symbols: CI

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Noun[edit]

one hundred and one (uncountable)

  1. The figure 101.
  2. A great many; numerous.
    • 1979, Charles and Joel Denby, Indignant Heart: A Black Worker's Journal, →ISBN, page 141:
      The company has one hundred and one reasons for keeping Negroes out. The union, too, has one hundred and one reasons.

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