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Definition of integer
1 : any of the natural numbers, the negatives of these numbers, or zero
2 : a complete entity
Examples of integer in a Sentence
Both 10 and 10 are integers.
three is a positive integer
Recent Examples of integer from the Web

So, here's the breakdown (percentages are rounded to the nearest integer)... ...for a grand total of 116 acts that are 100% dude.

That is, the worlds have tugged each other into stable orbits whose periods are related to each other by a ratio of two small integers.

The answer to the question from last year: 67 integers.

There is no such thing as half a hole, the topologist would note, and the number of holes only changes stepwise in integers.

The zeros of the zeta function are closely tied to the distribution of the prime numbers — the irreducible integers out of which all others are constructed.
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Origin and Etymology of integer
Latin, adjective, whole, entire — more at entire
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INTEGER Defined for English Language Learners
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mathematics : any number that is not a fraction or decimal : any whole number or its negative
INTEGER Defined for Kids
integer
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: a number that is a natural number (as 1, 2, or 3), the negative of a natural number (as −1, −2, −3), or 0
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