1. a cardinal number, ten times ten.
2. a symbol forthis number, as 100 or C.
3. a set of this many persons or things: a hundred of themen.
4. hundreds, a number between 100 and 999, as in referring to an amount of money: Property loss wasonly in the hundreds of dollars.
5. Informal .
a. a hundred-dollar bill.
b. the sum of one hundred dollars.
6. (formerly) an administrative division of an English county.
7. a similar division in colonial Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, and in present-day Delaware.
8. Alsocalled hundred's place. Mathematics .
a. (in a mixed number) the position of the third digit to the left of the decimal point.
b. (in a whole number) the position of the third digit from the right.

1. a cardinal number, ten times ten.
2. a symbol forthis number, as 100 or C.
3. a set of this many persons or things: a hundred of themen.
4. hundreds, a number between 100 and 999, as in referring to an amount of money: Property loss wasonly in the hundreds of dollars.
5. Informal .
a. a hundred-dollar bill.
b. the sum of one hundred dollars.
6. (formerly) an administrative division of an English county.
7. a similar division in colonial Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, and in present-day Delaware.
8. Alsocalled hundred's place. Mathematics .
a. (in a mixed number) the position of the third digit to the left of the decimal point.
b. (in a whole number) the position of the third digit from the right.

1. a cardinal number, ten times ten.
2. a symbol forthis number, as 100 or C.
3. a set of this many persons or things: a hundred of themen.
4. hundreds, a number between 100 and 999, as in referring to an amount of money: Property loss wasonly in the hundreds of dollars.
5. Informal .
a. a hundred-dollar bill.
b. the sum of one hundred dollars.
6. (formerly) an administrative division of an English county.
7. a similar division in colonial Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, and in present-day Delaware.
8. Alsocalled hundred's place. Mathematics .
a. (in a mixed number) the position of the third digit to the left of the decimal point.
b. (in a whole number) the position of the third digit from the right.

1. a cardinal number, ten times ten.
2. a symbol forthis number, as 100 or C.
3. a set of this many persons or things: a hundred of themen.
4. hundreds, a number between 100 and 999, as in referring to an amount of money: Property loss wasonly in the hundreds of dollars.
5. Informal .
a. a hundred-dollar bill.
b. the sum of one hundred dollars.
6. (formerly) an administrative division of an English county.
7. a similar division in colonial Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, and in present-day Delaware.
8. Alsocalled hundred's place. Mathematics .
a. (in a mixed number) the position of the third digit to the left of the decimal point.
b. (in a whole number) the position of the third digit from the right.

1. a cardinal number, ten times ten.
2. a symbol forthis number, as 100 or C.
3. a set of this many persons or things: a hundred of themen.
4. hundreds, a number between 100 and 999, as in referring to an amount of money: Property loss wasonly in the hundreds of dollars.
5. Informal .
a. a hundred-dollar bill.
b. the sum of one hundred dollars.
6. (formerly) an administrative division of an English county.
7. a similar division in colonial Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, and in present-day Delaware.
8. Alsocalled hundred's place. Mathematics .
a. (in a mixed number) the position of the third digit to the left of the decimal point.
b. (in a whole number) the position of the third digit from the right.

1. a cardinal number, ten times ten.
2. a symbol forthis number, as 100 or C.
3. a set of this many persons or things: a hundred of themen.
4. hundreds, a number between 100 and 999, as in referring to an amount of money: Property loss wasonly in the hundreds of dollars.
5. Informal .
a. a hundred-dollar bill.
b. the sum of one hundred dollars.
6. (formerly) an administrative division of an English county.
7. a similar division in colonial Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, and in present-day Delaware.
8. Alsocalled hundred's place. Mathematics .
a. (in a mixed number) the position of the third digit to the left of the decimal point.
b. (in a whole number) the position of the third digit from the right.

1. a cardinal number, ten times ten.
2. a symbol forthis number, as 100 or C.
3. a set of this many persons or things: a hundred of themen.
4. hundreds, a number between 100 and 999, as in referring to an amount of money: Property loss wasonly in the hundreds of dollars.
5. Informal .
a. a hundred-dollar bill.
b. the sum of one hundred dollars.
6. (formerly) an administrative division of an English county.
7. a similar division in colonial Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, and in present-day Delaware.
8. Alsocalled hundred's place. Mathematics .
a. (in a mixed number) the position of the third digit to the left of the decimal point.
b. (in a whole number) the position of the third digit from the right.

1. a cardinal number, ten times ten.
2. a symbol forthis number, as 100 or C.
3. a set of this many persons or things: a hundred of themen.
4. hundreds, a number between 100 and 999, as in referring to an amount of money: Property loss wasonly in the hundreds of dollars.
5. Informal .
a. a hundred-dollar bill.
b. the sum of one hundred dollars.
6. (formerly) an administrative division of an English county.
7. a similar division in colonial Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, and in present-day Delaware.
8. Alsocalled hundred's place. Mathematics .
a. (in a mixed number) the position of the third digit to the left of the decimal point.
b. (in a whole number) the position of the third digit from the right.

1. a cardinal number, ten times ten.
2. a symbol forthis number, as 100 or C.
3. a set of this many persons or things: a hundred of themen.
4. hundreds, a number between 100 and 999, as in referring to an amount of money: Property loss wasonly in the hundreds of dollars.
5. Informal .
a. a hundred-dollar bill.
b. the sum of one hundred dollars.
6. (formerly) an administrative division of an English county.
7. a similar division in colonial Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, and in present-day Delaware.
8. Alsocalled hundred's place. Mathematics .
a. (in a mixed number) the position of the third digit to the left of the decimal point.
b. (in a whole number) the position of the third digit from the right.

1. a cardinal number, ten times ten.
2. a symbol forthis number, as 100 or C.
3. a set of this many persons or things: a hundred of themen.
4. hundreds, a number between 100 and 999, as in referring to an amount of money: Property loss wasonly in the hundreds of dollars.
5. Informal .
a. a hundred-dollar bill.
b. the sum of one hundred dollars.
6. (formerly) an administrative division of an English county.
7. a similar division in colonial Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, and in present-day Delaware.
8. Alsocalled hundred's place. Mathematics .
a. (in a mixed number) the position of the third digit to the left of the decimal point.
b. (in a whole number) the position of the third digit from the right.

1. a cardinal number, ten times ten.
2. a symbol forthis number, as 100 or C.
3. a set of this many persons or things: a hundred of themen.
4. hundreds, a number between 100 and 999, as in referring to an amount of money: Property loss wasonly in the hundreds of dollars.
5. Informal .
a. a hundred-dollar bill.
b. the sum of one hundred dollars.
6. (formerly) an administrative division of an English county.
7. a similar division in colonial Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, and in present-day Delaware.
8. Alsocalled hundred's place. Mathematics .
a. (in a mixed number) the position of the third digit to the left of the decimal point.
b. (in a whole number) the position of the third digit from the right.

1. a cardinal number, ten times ten.
2. a symbol forthis number, as 100 or C.
3. a set of this many persons or things: a hundred of themen.
4. hundreds, a number between 100 and 999, as in referring to an amount of money: Property loss wasonly in the hundreds of dollars.
5. Informal .
a. a hundred-dollar bill.
b. the sum of one hundred dollars.
6. (formerly) an administrative division of an English county.
7. a similar division in colonial Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, and in present-day Delaware.
8. Alsocalled hundred's place. Mathematics .
a. (in a mixed number) the position of the third digit to the left of the decimal point.
b. (in a whole number) the position of the third digit from the right.

1. a cardinal number, ten times ten.
2. a symbol forthis number, as 100 or C.
3. a set of this many persons or things: a hundred of themen.
4. hundreds, a number between 100 and 999, as in referring to an amount of money: Property loss wasonly in the hundreds of dollars.
5. Informal .
a. a hundred-dollar bill.
b. the sum of one hundred dollars.
6. (formerly) an administrative division of an English county.
7. a similar division in colonial Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, and in present-day Delaware.
8. Alsocalled hundred's place. Mathematics .
a. (in a mixed number) the position of the third digit to the left of the decimal point.
b. (in a whole number) the position of the third digit from the right.

1. a cardinal number, ten times ten.
2. a symbol forthis number, as 100 or C.
3. a set of this many persons or things: a hundred of themen.
4. hundreds, a number between 100 and 999, as in referring to an amount of money: Property loss wasonly in the hundreds of dollars.
5. Informal .
a. a hundred-dollar bill.
b. the sum of one hundred dollars.
6. (formerly) an administrative division of an English county.
7. a similar division in colonial Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, and in present-day Delaware.
8. Alsocalled hundred's place. Mathematics .
a. (in a mixed number) the position of the third digit to the left of the decimal point.
b. (in a whole number) the position of the third digit from the right.

1. a cardinal number, ten times ten.
2. a symbol forthis number, as 100 or C.
3. a set of this many persons or things: a hundred of themen.
4. hundreds, a number between 100 and 999, as in referring to an amount of money: Property loss wasonly in the hundreds of dollars.
5. Informal .
a. a hundred-dollar bill.
b. the sum of one hundred dollars.
6. (formerly) an administrative division of an English county.
7. a similar division in colonial Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, and in present-day Delaware.
8. Alsocalled hundred's place. Mathematics .
a. (in a mixed number) the position of the third digit to the left of the decimal point.
b. (in a whole number) the position of the third digit from the right.

1. a cardinal number, ten times ten.
2. a symbol forthis number, as 100 or C.
3. a set of this many persons or things: a hundred of themen.
4. hundreds, a number between 100 and 999, as in referring to an amount of money: Property loss wasonly in the hundreds of dollars.
5. Informal .
a. a hundred-dollar bill.
b. the sum of one hundred dollars.
6. (formerly) an administrative division of an English county.
7. a similar division in colonial Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, and in present-day Delaware.
8. Alsocalled hundred's place. Mathematics .
a. (in a mixed number) the position of the third digit to the left of the decimal point.
b. (in a whole number) the position of the third digit from the right.

1. a cardinal number, ten times ten.
2. a symbol forthis number, as 100 or C.
3. a set of this many persons or things: a hundred of themen.
4. hundreds, a number between 100 and 999, as in referring to an amount of money: Property loss wasonly in the hundreds of dollars.
5. Informal .
a. a hundred-dollar bill.
b. the sum of one hundred dollars.
6. (formerly) an administrative division of an English county.
7. a similar division in colonial Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, and in present-day Delaware.
8. Alsocalled hundred's place. Mathematics .
a. (in a mixed number) the position of the third digit to the left of the decimal point.
b. (in a whole number) the position of the third digit from the right.

1. a cardinal number, ten times ten.
2. a symbol forthis number, as 100 or C.
3. a set of this many persons or things: a hundred of themen.
4. hundreds, a number between 100 and 999, as in referring to an amount of money: Property loss wasonly in the hundreds of dollars.
5. Informal .
a. a hundred-dollar bill.
b. the sum of one hundred dollars.
6. (formerly) an administrative division of an English county.
7. a similar division in colonial Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, and in present-day Delaware.
8. Alsocalled hundred's place. Mathematics .
a. (in a mixed number) the position of the third digit to the left of the decimal point.
b. (in a whole number) the position of the third digit from the right.

1. a cardinal number, ten times ten.
2. a symbol forthis number, as 100 or C.
3. a set of this many persons or things: a hundred of themen.
4. hundreds, a number between 100 and 999, as in referring to an amount of money: Property loss wasonly in the hundreds of dollars.
5. Informal .
a. a hundred-dollar bill.
b. the sum of one hundred dollars.
6. (formerly) an administrative division of an English county.
7. a similar division in colonial Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, and in present-day Delaware.
8. Alsocalled hundred's place. Mathematics .
a. (in a mixed number) the position of the third digit to the left of the decimal point.
b. (in a whole number) the position of the third digit from the right.

1. a cardinal number, ten times ten.
2. a symbol forthis number, as 100 or C.
3. a set of this many persons or things: a hundred of themen.
4. hundreds, a number between 100 and 999, as in referring to an amount of money: Property loss wasonly in the hundreds of dollars.
5. Informal .
a. a hundred-dollar bill.
b. the sum of one hundred dollars.
6. (formerly) an administrative division of an English county.
7. a similar division in colonial Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, and in present-day Delaware.
8. Alsocalled hundred's place. Mathematics .
a. (in a mixed number) the position of the third digit to the left of the decimal point.
b. (in a whole number) the position of the third digit from the right.

1. a cardinal number, ten times ten.
2. a symbol forthis number, as 100 or C.
3. a set of this many persons or things: a hundred of themen.
4. hundreds, a number between 100 and 999, as in referring to an amount of money: Property loss wasonly in the hundreds of dollars.
5. Informal .
a. a hundred-dollar bill.
b. the sum of one hundred dollars.
6. (formerly) an administrative division of an English county.
7. a similar division in colonial Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, and in present-day Delaware.
8. Alsocalled hundred's place. Mathematics .
a. (in a mixed number) the position of the third digit to the left of the decimal point.
b. (in a whole number) the position of the third digit from the right.

1. a cardinal number, ten times ten.
2. a symbol forthis number, as 100 or C.
3. a set of this many persons or things: a hundred of themen.
4. hundreds, a number between 100 and 999, as in referring to an amount of money: Property loss wasonly in the hundreds of dollars.
5. Informal .
a. a hundred-dollar bill.
b. the sum of one hundred dollars.
6. (formerly) an administrative division of an English county.
7. a similar division in colonial Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, and in present-day Delaware.
8. Alsocalled hundred's place. Mathematics .
a. (in a mixed number) the position of the third digit to the left of the decimal point.
b. (in a whole number) the position of the third digit from the right.

1. a cardinal number, ten times ten.
2. a symbol forthis number, as 100 or C.
3. a set of this many persons or things: a hundred of themen.
4. hundreds, a number between 100 and 999, as in referring to an amount of money: Property loss wasonly in the hundreds of dollars.
5. Informal .
a. a hundred-dollar bill.
b. the sum of one hundred dollars.
6. (formerly) an administrative division of an English county.
7. a similar division in colonial Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, and in present-day Delaware.
8. Alsocalled hundred's place. Mathematics .
a. (in a mixed number) the position of the third digit to the left of the decimal point.
b. (in a whole number) the position of the third digit from the right.

1. a cardinal number, ten times ten.
2. a symbol forthis number, as 100 or C.
3. a set of this many persons or things: a hundred of themen.
4. hundreds, a number between 100 and 999, as in referring to an amount of money: Property loss wasonly in the hundreds of dollars.
5. Informal .
a. a hundred-dollar bill.
b. the sum of one hundred dollars.
6. (formerly) an administrative division of an English county.
7. a similar division in colonial Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, and in present-day Delaware.
8. Alsocalled hundred's place. Mathematics .
a. (in a mixed number) the position of the third digit to the left of the decimal point.
b. (in a whole number) the position of the third digit from the right.

1. a cardinal number, ten times ten.
2. a symbol forthis number, as 100 or C.
3. a set of this many persons or things: a hundred of themen.
4. hundreds, a number between 100 and 999, as in referring to an amount of money: Property loss wasonly in the hundreds of dollars.
5. Informal .
a. a hundred-dollar bill.
b. the sum of one hundred dollars.
6. (formerly) an administrative division of an English county.
7. a similar division in colonial Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, and in present-day Delaware.
8. Alsocalled hundred's place. Mathematics .
a. (in a mixed number) the position of the third digit to the left of the decimal point.
b. (in a whole number) the position of the third digit from the right.

1. a cardinal number, ten times ten.
2. a symbol forthis number, as 100 or C.
3. a set of this many persons or things: a hundred of themen.
4. hundreds, a number between 100 and 999, as in referring to an amount of money: Property loss wasonly in the hundreds of dollars.
5. Informal .
a. a hundred-dollar bill.
b. the sum of one hundred dollars.
6. (formerly) an administrative division of an English county.
7. a similar division in colonial Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia, and in present-day Delaware.
8. Alsocalled hundred's place. Mathematics .
a. (in a mixed number) the position of the third digit to the left of the decimal point.
b. (in a whole number) the position of the third digit from the right.