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Friday, 27 January 2017

Meaning of Abacus

abacus
/a-buh-kuhss/
n. (pl. abacuses)
a frame with rows of wires along which beads are slid, used for counting.
Origin:Greek abax 'slab'.
ab‧a‧cus / ˈæbəkəs / noun [ countable ]
a frame with small balls that can be slid along on thick wires, used for counting and calculating


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