hundred

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
yüz

Burası üç yıldızlı bir oteldir; bir gece üç yüz dolardır. - This is a three-star hotel; three hundred dollars a night.

Tatoeba'ya yüzlerce cümle yazmak isterdim ama yapmam gereken şeyler var. - I would love to write hundreds of sentences on Tatoeba, but I've got things to do.

a hundred per- cent yüzde yüz
{i} yüzlük
hundredth s
yüz rakamı
{i} yüz, yüz rakamı (100, C)
yüzüncü

Yüzüncü doğum gününden birkaç gün önce vefat etti. - He passed away several days before his hundredth birthday.

Yüzüncü doğum gününde birkaç gün içerisinde öldü. - He died within a few days of his hundredth birthday.

(isim) yüzlük
a hundredfold yüz kat
yüz misli
yüz rakamı, 100
hundredweight112 librelik ingiliz ağırlık ölçü birimi
100 librelik Amerikan ağırlık ölçü birimi
yüz defa
hundred of thousands
yüzbinlerce
hundred years war
(Tarih) yüz yıl savaşı
hundred dollar bill
yüz dolarlık fatura
hundred percent
yüzde yüz

Tom yüzde yüz hatalı. - Tom is one hundred percent wrong.

Yüzde yüz kesin emin değilim. - I'm not a hundred percent sure.

hundred percent rectangle
tam dağılma dikdörtgeni
hundred thousand
yüzbin
hundred crown note
yüz taç notu
hundred days
Yüz gün
hundred meter sprint
yüz metre sprint
hundred(s)
yüz (ler)
hundred-and-fifteenth
yüz-ve-onbeşinci
hundred-and-twentieth
yüz-ve-yirminci
hundred call seconds
(Bilgisayar,Telekom) yüz saniyedeki çağrılar
hundred court
(Kanun) kasaba mahkemesi
hundred percent rectangle
(Askeri) TAM DAĞILMA DİKDÖRTGENİ: Bak. "rectangle of dispersion"
hundred percenter
aşırı milliyetçi
hundred percenter
şoven
hundred weight
(Ticaret) libre ağırlığı
one hundred
yüz

Yüz elli kişi maraton yarışına girdi. - One hundred and fifty people entered the marathon race.

On, yirmi, otuz, kırk, elli, altmış, yetmiş, seksen, doksan, yüz. - Ten, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty, sixty, seventy, eighty, ninety, one hundred.

hundreds
(Bilgisayar) yüzler

Binlerce insan Bhopal Gaz Trajedisi'nde hayatlarını kaybetti ve bugün bile yüzlerce, hatta binlerce insan hâlâ zehirli gazın kötü etkilerinden muzdariptir. - Thousands of people lost their lives in the Bhopal Gas Tragedy, and even today hundreds of thousands of people still suffer from the ill-effects of the poisonous gas.

Tatoeba'ya yüzlerce cümle yazmak isterdim ama yapmam gereken şeyler var. - I would love to write hundreds of sentences on Tatoeba, but I've got things to do.

a hundred
yüz, 100
a hundred
yüz 100
four hundred
dört yüz

Dört yüz elli siyah pilot gruptaydı. - Four hundred fifty black pilots were in the group.

Bakın, benim sahip olduklarım sadece bu iki kale, yüz hektar arazi, altı araba, dört yüz baş sığır ve yirmi koşu atı... - You see, I've got only these two castles, one hundred hectares of land, six cars, four hundreds heads of cattle and twenty racer horses...

hundredfold
yüz kat
hundredfold
bire yüz
hundredfold
yüz defa
a hundred percent
yüzde yüz
by a factor of one hundred
yüz oranında
council of the four hundred
kurulu dört yüz
eight hundred
sekiz yüz
five hundred
beş yüz

Yüz, iki yüz, üç yüz, dört yüz, beş yüz, altı yüz, yedi yüz, sekiz yüz, dokuz yüz, bin. - One hundred, two hundred, three hundred, four hundred, five hundred, six hundred, seven hundred, eight hundred, nine hundred, one thousand.

Beş yüz vagon ile başladılar. - They started with five hundred wagons.

five hundred
beşyüz
five hundred crown note
beş yüz taç dikkat
number hundred
sayısı yüz
one hundred per cent
(deyim) entirely
one hundred per cent
(deyim) [usu. with negative] informal completely fit and healthy
one hundred per cent
(deyim) maximum effort and commitment
seven hundred
yedi yüz

Yüz, iki yüz, üç yüz, dört yüz, beş yüz, altı yüz, yedi yüz, sekiz yüz, dokuz yüz, bin. - One hundred, two hundred, three hundred, four hundred, five hundred, six hundred, seven hundred, eight hundred, nine hundred, one thousand.

a hundred and one
(deyim) bin bir tane
a hundred and one
(deyim) sürüyle
four hundred
yüksek sosyete
four hundred
seçkinler
great hundred
(Ticaret) 120 adet mal
great hundred
120 parça mal
hundredfold
yüz misli
hundredfold
s., z. yüz kat, yüz misli
hundredth
(sıfat) yüzüncü
hundredth
{i} yüzde bir
hundredth
{s} yüzüncü

Yüzüncü doğum gününde birkaç gün içerisinde öldü. - He died within a few days of his hundredth birthday.

Yüzüncü doğum gününden birkaç gün önce vefat etti. - He passed away several days before his hundredth birthday.

hundredth
yüzüncü şey
number to hundred
yüze kadar saymak
one hundred add
takriben yüz
one hundred percent
yüzde yüz
one hundred percent rectangle
(Askeri) YÜZDE YÜZ DAĞILMA DİKDÖRTGENİ: Bir top veya batarya tarafından bir hedefe yapılan atışta, hemen hemen bütün vuruşları içine alan saha
one in a hundred
yüzde bir müstesna
one in a hundred
yüzde bir
two hundred
iki yüz

Yüz, iki yüz, üç yüz, dört yüz, beş yüz, altı yüz, yedi yüz, sekiz yüz, dokuz yüz, bin. - One hundred, two hundred, three hundred, four hundred, five hundred, six hundred, seven hundred, eight hundred, nine hundred, one thousand.

Selena Gomez'in ikinci albümü Billboard Magazine'in top iki yüz albüm tablosunda dört numaraya yerleşti. - Selena Gomez's second album hit Billboard Magazine's top two hundred albums chart at number four.

Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A hundred runs scored by a batsman

He made a hundred in the historic match.

A numerical value equal to 100 (102), occurring after ninety-nine

Overall, the top a hundred and seventy-five executives at the companies.

An administrative subdivision in southern English counties and in other countries
A hundred-dollar bill
{a} the number 1 multipied by 1
{n} the number 1, 1 times 1
emphasis You can use a hundred per cent or one hundred per cent to emphasize that you agree completely with something or that it is completely right or wrong. Are you a hundred per cent sure it's your neighbour? = absolutely. Four Hundred Council of the Hundred Days Hundred Years' War
A unit of local administration introduced in the tenth century, (normally) larger than a village but smaller than a county; the name has some connection to a territory of 100 "hides" (a measurement of area), although this was not consistently the case in practice In the former Danelaw the "wapentake" had a similar role Many towns had acquired, by the time of Domesday, the status of a hundred (or at least a half-hundred -- which made little practical difference) The hundred court developed out of, and superseded, the older folkmoot; it dealt with less serious criminal and civil cases For further background information see: The Laws of King Edgar, 959-975 A D : This is the Ordinance how the Hundred shall be held
ten 10s
a subdivision of a county The term has obscure Medieval origins, but it was still used in the 17th century
A division of a country in England, supposed to have originally contained a hundred families, or freemen
being ten more than ninety
An administrative subdivision in southern English counties and other countries
Ten times ten; five score; as, a hundred dollars
emphasis If you refer to hundreds of things or people, you are emphasizing that there are very many of them. Hundreds of tree species face extinction You can also use hundreds as a pronoun. Hundreds have been killed in the fighting and thousands made homeless
A hundred or one hundred is the number 100. According to one official more than a hundred people have been arrested
adj [(It costs six ~ Rupiah )] ratus [(Itu harga enam ~ Rupiah )] 2 one hundred adj seratus (ratus)
The cardinal number that is the second power of ten, occurring after ninety-nine, represented in Roman numerals as C and in Arabic numerals as 100. Ordinal: hundredth
{s} being 100 in number
{i} number 100
ten 10s being ten more than ninety
Also, a symbol representing one hundred units, as 100 or C
The plural form is hundred after a number, or after a word or expression referring to a number, such as `several' or `a few'
The product of ten multiplied by ten, or the number of ten times ten; a collection or sum, consisting of ten times ten units or objects; five score
fivescore
Hundred Years' War
A conflict between France and England, lasting 116 years from 1337 to 1453
hundred thousand
The cardinal number 100,000
hundred-and-oneth
hundred-first, hundred-and-first
hundred-first
One of a hundred one equal parts of a whole
hundred-first
The person or thing in the hundred-first position
hundred-first
The ordinal form of the number hundred one
hundred-year storm
A storm of such force that it occurs only once every one hundred years approximately
hundred-year storms
plural form of hundred-year storm
Hundred Days
French Cent Jours (1815) In French history, the period between Napoleon's arrival in Paris after escaping from exile on Elba and the return of Louis XVIII to Paris. Napoleon landed on French soil on March 1 and reached Paris on March
Hundred Days
Austria, Britain, Prussia, and Russia swiftly concluded an alliance against Napoleon and forced a series of military engagements that led up to the Battle of Waterloo. On June 22 Napoleon abdicated a second time and was removed to St. Helena; Louis returned to Paris on July 8
Hundred Years War
a series of wars between England and France from 1337-1453, when the English kings tried to keep control of land which they ruled in France. The French finally won, and forced the English to leave France
Hundred Years' War
war between England and France in the 14th and 15th centuries
Hundred Years' War
(1337-1453) Intermittent armed conflict between England and France over territorial rights and the issue of succession to the French throne. It began when Edward III invaded Flanders in 1337 in order to assert his claim to the French crown. Edward won a major victory at the Battle of Crécy (1346); after his son Edward the Black Prince managed to capture John II at the Battle of Poitiers (1356), the French were obliged to surrender extensive lands under the treaties of Brétigny and Calais (1360). When John II died in captivity, his son Charles V refused to respect the treaties and reopened the conflict, putting the English on the defensive. After Charles V's death in 1380 both countries were preoccupied with internal power struggles, and the war lapsed into uncertain peace. In 1415, however, Henry V decided to take advantage of civil war in France to press English claims to the French throne (see Battle of Agincourt). By 1422, the English and their Burgundian allies controlled Aquitaine and all France north of the Loire, including Paris. A turning point came in 1429, when Joan of Arc raised the English siege of Orléans. The French king Charles VII conquered Normandy and then retook Aquitaine in 1453, leaving the English in possession only of Calais. The war laid waste to much of France and caused enormous suffering; it virtually destroyed the feudal nobility and thereby brought about a new social order. By ending England's status as a power on the continent, it led the English to expand their reach and power at sea
hundred and one
being one more than one hundred
hundred dollar bill
a United States bill worth 100 dollars
hundred meter butterfly
swimming the breaststroke for one hundred meters
hundred thousand
the cardinal number that is the fifth power of ten (in Roman numerals, C written with a macron over it) denoting a quantity consisting of 100,000 items or units
hundred years' war
the series of wars fought intermittently between France and England; 1337-1453
hundred-and-eightieth
the ordinal number of one hundred eighty in counting order
hundred-and-fifteenth
the ordinal number of one hundred fifteen in counting order
hundred-and-fifth
the ordinal number of one hundred five in counting order
hundred-and-fiftieth
the ordinal number of one hundred fifty in counting order
hundred-and-fifty-fifth
the ordinal number of one hundred fifty-five in counting order
hundred-and-first
the ordinal number of one hundred one in counting order
hundred-and-fortieth
the ordinal number of one hundred forty in counting order
hundred-and-forty-fifth
the ordinal number of one hundred forty-five in counting order
hundred-and-ninetieth
the ordinal number of one hundred eighty-five in counting order
hundred-and-seventieth
the ordinal number of one hundred seventy in counting order
hundred-and-seventy-fifth
the ordinal number of one hundred seventy-five in counting order
hundred-and-sixtieth
the ordinal number of one hundred sixty in counting order
hundred-and-sixty-fifth
the ordinal number of one hundred sixty-five in counting order
hundred-and-tenth
the ordinal number of one hundred ten in counting order
hundred-and-thirtieth
the ordinal number of one hundred thirty in counting order
hundred-and-thirty-fifth
the ordinal number of one hundred thirty-five in counting order
hundred-and-twentieth
the ordinal number of one hundred twenty in counting order
hundred-and-twenty-fifth
the ordinal number of one hundred twenty-five in counting order
hundred-per-cent-disability
unable to work due to physical or mental problems
a hundred and ten percent
A level of effort exceeding one's sustained capacity, possibly risking injury

We busted our tails and won, we gave 110%.

a hundred and ten percent
The exertion of more than seems possible, hence 110%, not 100%, the usual maximum amount possible
eight hundred
The cardinal number occurring after seven hundred ninety-nine and before eight hundred one, represented in Arabic numerals as 800
eighteen hundred
The number one thousand eight hundred
eighteen hundred
The year 1800
eighteen hundred
The start of the nineteenth hour of the day on the 24-hour clock i.e. 18: 00
eleven hundred
One thousand one hundred
fifteen hundred
The year 1500
fifteen hundred
The number one thousand five hundred
fifteen hundred
The start of the sixteenth hour of the day on the 24-hour clock i.e. 15: 00
five hundred
The cardinal number occurring after four hundred ninety-nine and before five hundred one, represented in Arabic numerals as 500. Ordinal: five-hundredth
four hundred
The cardinal number occurring after three hundred ninety-nine and before four hundred one, represented in Arabic numerals as 400
fourteen hundred
The year 1400
fourteen hundred
The start of the fifteenth hour of the day on the 24-hour clock i.e. 14: 00
fourteen hundred
The number one thousand four hundred
give a hundred percent
to commit oneself totally to something; to do one's utmost
great hundred
or Long Hundred: One hundred and twenty (120), 12 x 10; usually defined as six score to the hundred (hundred= 100, five score to the hundred). Is mainly found in Northern England, Scotland, for counting wood and cloth. Also common in Icelandic sagas and land taxation
hundredfold
Multiplied by a hundred
long hundred
One hundred and twenty (120), 12 x 10
nine hundred
The cardinal number occurring after eight hundred ninety-nine and before nine hundred one, represented in Arabic numerals as 900. Ordinal: nine-hundredth
nine thousand nine hundred and ninety-nine
The cardinal number occurring after nine thousand nine hundred and ninety-eight and before ten thousand, represented in Arabic numerals as 9,999
nineteen hundred
The start of the twentieth hour of the day on the 24-hour clock i.e. 19: 00
nineteen hundred
The number one thousand nine hundred
nineteen hundred
The year 1900
oh dark hundred
Some unspecified hour in the early morning (implies an unpleasant time to be awake)

I had to get up at oh dark hundred to catch a plane.

one hundred and one
The figure 101
one hundred and one
One hundred plus one
one hundred million
The number 100,000,000
one hundred one
The cardinal number one hundred plus one
one hundred percent
totally, completely

This drink is 100% organic.

one hundred percent
complete, entire, whole

He has a one hundred percent record of success.

one-hundred
Attributive form of one hundred
one-hundred-year storm
A storm of such force that it occurs only once every one hundred years approximately
one-hundred-year storms
plural form of one-hundred-year storm
seven hundred
The cardinal number occurring after six hundred ninety-nine and before seven hundred one, represented in Arabic numerals as 700
seven hundred and fifty
Seven hundred plus fifty
seven hundred and fifty
The figure 750
seventeen hundred
The year 1700
seventeen hundred
The number one thousand seven hundred
seventeen hundred
The start of the eighteenth hour of the day on the 24-hour clock i.e. 17: 00
six hundred
The cardinal number occurring after five hundred ninety-nine and before six hundred one, represented in Arabic numerals as 600
sixteen hundred
The number one thousand six hundred
sixteen hundred
The start of the seventeenth hour of the day on the 24-hour clock i.e. 16: 00
sixteen hundred
The year 1600
thirteen hundred
The year 1300
thirteen hundred
The number one thousand three hundred
thirteen hundred
The start of the fourteenth hour of the day on the 24-hour clock i.e. 13: 00
three hundred
The cardinal number occurring after two hundred ninety-nine and before three hundred one, represented in Arabic numerals as 300
three hundred
A number approximating 300

I was among the first division to leave the long detested prison that for three hundred weary days had been my horrible lodging place.

twelve hundred
The year 1200
twelve hundred
The number 1200 one thousand two hundred
twenty hundred
The start of the twenty-first hour of the day on the 24-hour clock, i.e. 20: 00
twenty-one hundred
The start of the twenty-second hour of the day on the 24-hour clock i.e. 21: 00
twenty-one hundred
The year 2100
twenty-one hundred
The number two thousand one hundred
twenty-three hundred
The start of the last hour of the day on the 24-hour clock i.e. 23: 00
twenty-three hundred
The number two thousand three hundred
twenty-three hundred
The year 2300
twenty-two hundred
The start of the twenty-third hour of the day on the 24-hour clock i.e. 22: 00
twenty-two hundred
The number two thousand two hundred
twenty-two hundred
The year 2200
two hundred
The cardinal number occurring after one hundred ninety-nine and before two hundred one, represented in Arabic numerals as 200
zero hundred
The start of the first hour of the day on the 24-hour clock, i.e. 0: 00, military time
a hundred
{n} centenary
a hundred per cent
(deyim) entirely
a hundred per cent
(deyim) [usu. with negative] informal completely fit and healthy
a hundred per cent
(deyim) maximum effort and commitment
give one hundred per cent
(deyim) Do something with a maximum effort
Council of the Four Hundred
(411 BC) Oligarchical council that briefly took power in Athens during the Peloponnesian War in a coup inspired by Antiphon and Alcibiades. An extremely antidemocratic council, it was soon replaced, at the insistence of the Athenian fleet, by a more moderate oligarchy, the Five Thousand. The new council lasted only 10 months, but full democracy was restored in 410 and a commission set up to prevent a recurrence. See also Theramenes
Four Hundred
The wealthiest and most exclusive social set of a community
Hundredth
centesimal
Hundredth
centi
Hundredth
centesm
One Hundred and One Dalmatians
a cartoon film made by Walt Disney,, about 99 young dalmatians which an evil woman called Cruella de Vil wants to kill so that she can use their skins to make a coat. Two more adult Dalmatians save them. Another film was made of the story in 1996 with human actors.The films are based on the book by Dodie Smith (1961)
a hundred percent
all, entire, complete; certain, sure
a hundred thousand
hundred thousand: (in Roman numerals, C written with a macron over it) denoting a quantity consisting of 100,000 items or units
a hundred to one chance
very little likelihood, very little chance
five hundred
the cardinal number that is the product of one hundred and five denoting a quantity consisting of 500 items or units
four hundred
the exclusive social set of a city being one hundred more than three hundred
hundredfold
by a factor of one hundred; "they money increased a hundredfold"
hundredfold
A hundred times as much or as many
hundredfold
times one hundred
hundredfold
By a factor of one hundred
hundredfold
by a factor of one hundred; "they money increased a hundredfold
hundredfold
{s} centuple
hundreds
Plural of hundred
hundredth
Coming last of a hundred successive individuals or units
hundredth
one part in a hundred
hundredth
One of a hundred equal parts into which one whole is, or may be, divided; the quotient of a unit divided by a hundred
hundredth
The ordinal form of the number one hundred
hundredth
Forming one of a hundred equal parts into which anything is divided; the tenth of a tenth
hundredth
The person or thing in the hundredth position
hundredth
the ordinal number of one hundred in counting order
hundredth
A hundredth of something is one of a hundred equal parts of it. Mitchell beat Lewis by three-hundredths of a second
hundredth
{s} next after the ninety-ninth; being one of 100 equal parts
hundredth
{i} number 100 in a series; hundredth part of one hundred equal parts, 1/100
hundredth
position 100 in a countable series of things the ordinal number of one hundred in counting order
hundredth
One of a hundred equal parts of a whole. Called also percent
hundredth
position 100 in a countable series of things
hundredth
The hundredth item in a series is the one that you count as number one hundred. The bank celebrates its hundredth anniversary in December
indoor hundred meter race
swimming race of one hundred meters conducted in an indoor swimming pool
long hundred
the cardinal number that is the product of ten and twelve
one hundred
being ten more than ninety
one hundred eighty
being ten more than one hundred seventy
one hundred fifteen
being five more than one hundred ten
one hundred fifty
being ten more than one hundred forty
one hundred fifty-five
being five more than one hundred fifty
one hundred five
being five more than one hundred
one hundred forty
being ten more than one hundred thirty
one hundred forty-five
being five more than one hundred forty
one hundred ninety
being ten more than one hundred eighty
one hundred one
hundred and one: being one more than one hundred
one hundred percent
total amount, entire amount, 100%; entirely, fully, certainly
one hundred percent sure
absolutely sure, totally positive
one hundred seventy
being ten more than one hundred sixty
one hundred seventy-five
being five more than one hundred seventy
one hundred sixty
being ten more than one hundred fifty
one hundred sixty-five
being five more than one hundred sixty
one hundred ten
being ten more than one hundred
one hundred thirty
being ten more than one hundred twenty
one hundred thirty-five
being five more than one hundred thirty
one hundred twenty
being ten more than one hundred ten
one hundred twenty-five
being five more that one hundred twenty
the Hundred Days
time between Napoleon's return to France and his final defeat by the allies
three hundred
being one hundred more than two hundred
two hundred
200
two hundred
being ten more than one hundred ninety
hundred

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    [ h&n-dr&d, -d&rd ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Old English hundred.

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