# maths

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmathsmaths /mæθs/ ●●● S2 noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 British English informalHM mathematics syn math American English 🔊 the new maths teacher 🔊 maths lessons 🔊 She got top marks in maths and chemistry.

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maths• I mostly enjoyed art and maths but I did not like P.E. very much.• Teachers make great efforts to ensure that they do, even though the standards are demanding, particularly in maths.• Her hobbies are reading, maths and dancing.• Yours was the only group I ever taught maths - a stop-gap teacher for a year.• The higher sums will go to people planning to teach maths, science, technology and foreign languages at secondary schools.• The whole thing is more dance than maths and more Ramanujan than either.• Now we can do the maths.
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