v. count; assign a number; equal in amount; limit, allot; be included in (a specific group); total, add up to
However, we had to stop talking, because her bus was the number fifteen and mine was number eight.
He lives with a number of other dogs, all of which are looking for new owners.
She visits ordinary citizens and attends a number of special events with other members of the royal family.
Although she has had the title of Queen for a number of years, she has been living in castles in England and Scotland for more than this.
Dr. Luke manages a number of famous female pop stars including Britney Spears, Katy Perry and Kesha.
Research shows that one in three young people are bullied on a regular basis, but experts believe the numbers could be much higher.
She is also the cover girl for a number of well-known teenage magazines.
Princess Diana was very active in charities and raising money for a number of good causes.
The royal guards have a long history, and they have been marching in a display for a number of years.
You’ll be able to choose from a number of traditional street food dishes from countries like Jamaica, Barbados and Trinidad.
1. symbol: digit, character, cipher, figure, sign, integer, numeral
2. total: aggregate, amount, collection, sum total, count, totality, sum
3. edition: copy, issue
4. abundance: collection, plenty, infinity, company, horde, plenitude
5. beat: rhythm
6. count: account, estimate, calculate, add, compute, total, consist of