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Definition of Three

Three
Three Three, n. 1. The number greater by a unit than two; three units or objects. 2. A symbol representing three units, as 3 or iii. Rule of three. (Arith.) See under Rule, n.

Meaning of Three from wikipedia

- Look up three or 3 in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. 3 is a number, numeral, and glyph. 3, three, or III may also refer to: AD 3, the third year of the...
- 3x3 or three by three may refer to: 3x3 basketball, a variation of basketball pla**** three-a-side 3×3, a 1982 extended play by Genesis 3x3, the classic...
- The Three Musketeers (French: Les Trois Mousquetaires, [le tʁwɑ muskətɛːʁ]) is a French historical adventure novel written in 1844 by French author Alexandre...
- The Three-Body Problem (Chinese: 三体; lit. 'three body') is a story by Chinese science fiction author Liu Cixin, the first novel in the Remembrance of Earth's...
- Three-Body (Chinese: 三体) is a Chinese science fiction television series adapted from the novel The Three-Body Problem by Liu Cixin, which was first published...
- Three Forty Three is a Ranger 4200 class fireboat that serves the New York City Fire Department as marine company 1. Designed by Robert Allan Ltd. and...
- The Three may refer to: The Three, an elite group among David's Mighty Warriors, as described in the Hebrew Bible The Three, a group of Gr**** translations...
- Look up Big Three in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. The "Big Three" usually describes the three most prominent entities in any given grouping or subject...
- specifically classical mechanics, the three-body problem involves taking the initial positions and velocities (or momenta) of three point m****es and predicting...
- The Three Kingdoms of Cao Wei, Shu Han, and Eastern Wu dominated China from 220 to 280 AD following the end of the Han dynasty. This period was preceded...