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Pronunciation of Numbering: Learn how to pronounce Numbering in English correctly

Learn how to say Numbering correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word number:

noun
1an arithmetical value, expressed by a word, symbol, or figure, representing a particular quantity and used in counting and making calculations:
think of a number from one to ten and multiply it by three
even numbers
a figure or group of figures used to identify someone or something:
she picked up the phone and dialled his home number
(numbers) dated arithmetic:
the boy was adept at numbers
2a quantity or amount:
the company is seeking to increase the number of women on its staff
the exhibition attracted vast numbers of visitors
(a number of) several:
we have discussed the matter on a number of occasions
a group or company of people:
there were some distinguished names among our number
(numbers) a large quantity or amount, often in contrast to a smaller one; numerical preponderance:
the weight of numbers turned the battle against them
3chiefly British a single issue of a magazine:
the October number of ‘Travel’
a song, dance, piece of music, etc., especially one of several in a performance:
they go from one melodious number to another
[usually with adjective or noun modifier] informal an item of clothing of a particular type, regarded with approval or admiration:
Yvonne was wearing a little black number
4 [mass noun] a grammatical classification of words that consists typically of singular and plural, and, in Greek and certain other languages, dual:
the form of English pronouns reflects their number and gender
verb
[with object]
1amount to (a specified figure or quantity); comprise:
the demonstrators numbered more than 5,000
2mark with a number or assign a number to, typically to indicate position in a series:
each document was numbered consecutively
count:
strategies like ours can be numbered on the fingers of one hand
3include or classify as a member of a group:
the orchestra numbers Brahms among its past conductors
Phrases

any number of
any particular whole quantity of:
the game can involve any number of players
a large and unlimited quantity or amount of:
the results can be read any number of ways
by numbers
following simple instructions identified or as if identified by numbers:
painting by numbers
someone’s (or something’s) days are numbered
someone or something will not survive or remain in a position of power or advantage for much longer:
my days as director were numbered
do a number on
North American informal treat someone badly, typically by deceiving, humiliating, or criticizing them in a calculated way.
have someone’s number
informal understand a person’s real motives or character and thereby gain some advantage.
have someone’s number on it
informal (of a bomb, bullet, or other missile) destined to find a specified person as its target.
someone’s number is up
informal the time has come when someone is doomed to die or suffer some other disaster or setback:
though he had survived a thousand crises, he knew that this time his number was up
[with reference to a lottery number or a number by which one may be identified]
without number
too many to count:
I began to write to you times without number
Origin:

Middle English: from Old French nombre (noun), nombrer (verb), from Latin numerus