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hundredths
n. number 100 in a series; hundredth part of one hundred equal parts, 1/100hun·dredth || 'hʌndrədθ ,-dərdθ /'hʌndrədθ adj. next after the ninety-ninth; being one of 100 equal partshun·dredth || 'hʌndrədθ ,-dərdθ /'hʌndrədθ

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