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Dime (United States coin) - Wikipedia


The dime, in American usage, is a ten-cent coin, one tenth of a United States dollar, labeled formally as "one dime". The denomination was first authorized by the ...

US currency coins, penny, nickel, dime, quarter, dollar, half dollar


This web page gives basic information about U.S. currency and various coins in circulation. U.S. currency is produced at U.S. Treasury locations in Washington, ...

Urban Dictionary: dime


n. a us coin worth ten cents n. a very attractive person, a perfect ten n. $10 worth of any drug. short for dime bag. The amount will vary dependin...

US Coins - Enchanted Learning


Cut out the four cards and arrange them so they show the coins (penny, nickel dime, and quarter) in order of their value. Sorting: Color and Count the US Coins # ...

What does dime mean? dime Definition. Meaning of dime ...


This Slang page is designed to explain what the meaning of dime is. The slang word / phrase / acronym dime means... . Online Slang Dictionary. A list of slang ...

What is a Dime Bag? | Marijuana Forums


Jan 25, 2004 ... I always used to think that a dime bag was a $10 bag of weed. Last week my friend asked for a dime and the dealer charged him $25 for it.

How many dimes make a dollar? | Reference.com


According to Dictionary.com, a dime in the United States is equivalent to 10 cents ($0.1), which means that 10 dimes make a dollar. The currency site Xe notes ...

How Much Is A Dime Worth? | Yahoo Answers


Jan 18, 2008 ... I am doing algebra 1 online, and I'm an 8th grader. I suck at math, but I think I'm okay with my english. Soo how much is that dime worth?

What does DIME mean? - DIME Definition - Meaning of DIME ...


This Internet Slang page is designed to explain what the meaning of DIME is. The slang word / acronym / abbreviation DIME means... . Internet Slang. A list of ...

Dime | Define Dime at Dictionary.com


Dime definition, a cupronickel-clad coin of the U.S. and Canada, the 10th part of a dollar, equal to 10 cents. See more.

Franklin D. Roosevelt is on the dime.
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