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N1 US English

The fourteenth letter of the alphabet

N2 US English

(Used in recording moves in chess) knight

N New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

14th letter of the alphabet

newton US English

The SI unit of force. It is equal to the force that would give a mass of one kilogram an acceleration of one meter per second per second, and is equivalent to 100,000 dynes

N in newton US English

The SI unit of force. It is equal to the force that would give a mass of one kilogram an acceleration of one meter per second per second, and is equivalent to 100,000 dynes

nitrogen US English

The chemical element of atomic number 7, a colorless, odorless unreactive gas that forms about 78 percent of the earth’s atmosphere. Liquid nitrogen (made by distilling liquid air) boils at 77.4 kelvins (195.8°C) and is used as a coolant

N in nitrogen US English

The chemical element of atomic number 7, a colorless, odorless unreactive gas that forms about 78 percent of the earth’s atmosphere. Liquid nitrogen (made by distilling liquid air) boils at 77.4 kelvins (195.8°C) and is used as a coolant

nitrogen New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

chemical element of atomic number 7

n US English

Name

'n' US English

And (conventionally used in informal contexts to coordinate two closely connected elements)

-n1 US English

Variant spelling of -en.

-n2 US English

Variant spelling of -en.

n2 New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

unspecified or variable number

-en US English

Forming adjectives from nouns:

-en2 US English

Made or consisting of

-n in -en3 US English

As a regular inflection

n in N1 US English

The fourteenth letter of the alphabet

n/a US English

Not applicable

n/f US English

No funds

n/s US English

Nonsmoker; nonsmoking (used in personal advertisements)

n't US English

Not, used with auxiliary verbs (e.g., can’t, won’t, didn’t, and isn’t)

N & Q New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

the journal Notes and Queries

n/a New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

not applicable; not available

cap'n US English

Informal contraction of captain, used in representing speech.

n-type US English

Denoting a region in a semiconductor in which electrical conduction is due chiefly to the movement of electrons

N-word US English

Used instead of or in reference to the word “nigger” because of its taboo nature

n-tuple US English

An ordered set with n elements


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