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num.

2.
numeral; numerals.

Numbers

[nuhm-berz]
noun (used with a singular verb)
the fourth book of the Old Testament, containing the census of the Israelites after the Exodus from Egypt. Abbreviation: Num.
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NUM
 
abbreviation for
National Union of Mineworkers

Num.
 
abbreviation for
Numbers

numbers (ˈnʌmbəs)
 
pl n
informal financial statistics: let's look at last year's numbers

Numbers (ˈnʌmbəz)
 
n
(functioning as singular) the fourth book of the Old Testament, recording the numbers of the Israelites who followed Moses out of Egypt

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numbers

n. [scientific computation] Output of a computation that may not be significant results but at least indicate that the program is running. May be used to placate management, grant sponsors, etc. `Making numbers' means running a program because output -- any output, not necessarily meaningful output -- is needed as a demonstration of progress. See pretty pictures, math-out, social science number.
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Abbreviations & Acronyms
num.
  1. number

  2. numeral

Num.
Numbers
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