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  1. sixty

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      the number equivalent to the product of six and ten; ten more than fifty; 60;the numbers from sixty to sixty-nine, especially the years of a century or of a person's life
    • noun: sixty, plural noun: sixties

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    • 1. the number equivalent to the product of six and ten; ten more than fifty; 60 a crew of sixty sixty bedrooms
    • the numbers from sixty to sixty-nine, especially the years of a century or of a person's life Morris was in his early sixties the flower children of the sixties
    • sixty miles an hour they were doing sixty
    • sixty years old he retired at sixty
    • a size of garment or other merchandise denoted by sixty.
    • ordi
      constituting number sixty in a sequence; 60th: the sixtieth anniversary of the company's founding

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    • ordi
      constituting number sixty in a sequence; 60th: the sixtieth anniversary of the company's founding

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    • n.
      a size of book in which each leaf is one sixty-fourth the size of a printing sheet.

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    • n.
      a size of book in which each leaf is one sixty-fourth the size of a printing sheet.

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    • n.
      sexual activity between two people involving mutual oral stimulation of their genitals.

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    • n.
      another term for soixante-neuf

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    • n.
      a note with the time value of half a thirty-second note, represented by a large dot with a ...

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    • n.
      a hemidemisemiquaver.

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      the number equivalent to the product of six and ten; ten more than fifty; 60: a crew of sixty sixty bedrooms

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