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numeral

Pronunciation: /ˈnuːmərəl; ˈnjuːmərəl/

Translation of numeral in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • número (masculine) Roman/Arabic numerals números romanos/arábigos
    Example sentences
    • Merz began to utilise the Fibonacci formula of mathematical progression within his works, transmitting the concept visually through the use of the numerals and the figure of a spiral.
    • Ankit Fadia, the teenaged computer security expert, says that the best passwords are the ones that use both upper case and lower case letters, besides numerals and symbols.
    • The best known symbols are simple numerals: 0 through 9, which originated in India in the ancient Brahmi script.

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