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maths

[ maths ]

noun

, (used with a singular or plural verb)


maths

1

/ mæθs /

noun

  1. informal.
    functioning as singular short for mathematics US and Canadian equivalentmath


maths.

2

abbreviation for

  1. mathematics
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Word History and Origins

Origin of maths1

By shortening
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Example Sentences

I’m saying maths is full of ways that you can think carefully, but it doesn’t have to be slow.

Surprising examples are a big part of what makes maths fun and keeps it weird and wonderful.

So, I would change the curriculum to really reflect real mathematics, and I would also change it to reflect the 21st century, because maths still looks in classrooms pretty much as it did in Victorian days.

“Well, I did maths at school,” he replied as evenly as possible.

It's very tiresome, for soon the other school insp. for maths.

Opal Earnshaw was fearfully angry that you beat her in maths.

One morning just after breakfast Gordon discovered that he had done the wrong maths for Jenks.

Im a Soph myself, by rights, if old Hammond hadnt marked me low in maths.

Laura Kirby's A1 at maths., so I'm afraid you won't meet with too tender a reception.

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