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NN1, n /en/ (plural N’s, n’s) noun [countable, uncountable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 SLAthe 14th letter of the English alphabet2 MATHSused in mathematics to represent a number whose value is not known πŸ”Š The value of n is less than 10.
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Nβ€’ He had beard of the Fong-Chen mix-up the day after the embassy party from N.β€’ The cause of the following outburst is the receipt of notice of dues from the N.β€’ Walk around the outside of the N transept of the church whose fine tympanum relief is now in St George's Gallery.β€’ At the w end on the N wall is a balcony with a grille which led into the palace next door.β€’ This displacement allows a strong interaction with the N terminus of the repressor B helix.β€’ The N tower was completed in 1466 but rebuilt after a fire in 1835; the s tower is of 1511.β€’ Thus, 141 is expressed uniquely as where 41y belongs to Y and l41N belongs to N.
NN2 πŸ”Š πŸ”Š the written abbreviation of north or northern
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n.n. (also n British English)SLGthe written abbreviation of noun
'n''n' /n, Ι™n/ written informal πŸ”Š πŸ”Š SLAa short form of β€˜and’ πŸ”Š rock β€˜n’ roll πŸ”Š fish β€˜n’ chips
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