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  1. seven

    • IPA[ˈsɛv(ə)n]

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      equivalent to the sum of three and four; one more than six, or three less than ten; 7;a group or unit of seven people or things
    • noun: seven, plural noun: sevens

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    • 1. equivalent to the sum of three and four; one more than six, or three less than ten; 7 two sevens are fourteen the remaining seven were sentenced to terms of imprisonment
    • a group or unit of seven people or things animals were offered for sacrifice in sevens
    • seven years old my mother died when I was seven
    • seven o'clock the meeting doesn't finish until seven
    • a size of garment or other merchandise denoted by seven.
    • a playing card with seven pips.
    • seven-a-side rugby.
    • ordi
      constituting number seven in a sequence; 7th: his seventh goal of the season the seventh of June

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    • ordi
      constituting number seven in a sequence; 7th: his seventh goal of the season the seventh of June

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      the star cluster of the Pleiades.

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    • adj.
      lasting for a week: a seven-day trip for two to Hawaii fields should be examined at seven-day intervals

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    • ph.
      seven wise Greeks of the 6th century bc, to each of whom a moral saying is attributed. The ...

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    • ph.
      (in early Christian legend) seven noble Christian youths of Ephesus who fell asleep in a cave ...

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    • ph.
      seven wise Greeks of the 6th century bc, to each of whom a moral saying is attributed. The ...

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    • ph.
      (in early Christian legend) seven noble Christian youths of Ephesus who fell asleep in a cave ...

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      equivalent to the sum of three and four; one more than six, or three less than ten; 7: two sevens are fourteen the remaining seven were sentenced to terms of imprisonment

    Oxford American Dictionary