F meaning

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The sixth letter of the modern English alphabet.
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Fax machine number.
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Fahrenheit.
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Franc.
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Friday.
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Father.
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Fahrenheit.
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Femto-
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Forte.
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Function.
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(sports) Faceoff.
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(genetics) Filial generation.
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(sports) Forward.
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(sports) Foul.
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(metallurgy) Fine.
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Following.
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Female or feminine.
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(grammar) Feminine.
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Focal length.
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(musical direction) Loud(ly)
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Farad.
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(football) Fumble.
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Farthing.
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Folio.
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French.
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F-stop.
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The sixth letter of the English alphabet: a modification of the Old Greek digamma (F), ultimately from the Phoenician.
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Any of the speech sounds that this letter represents, as, in English, the (f) of fire.
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A type or impression for f or F.
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The sixth in a sequence or group.
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An object shaped like F.
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Of f or F.
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Sixth in a sequence or group.
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Shaped like F.
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(physics) Frequency.
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(math.) Function of.
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Furlong(s)
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Fahrenheit.
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Farad(s)
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Faraday(s)
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February.
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Fellow (of a learned society)
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(genetics) Filial generation.
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Fine.
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(insurance) Fire.
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(photog.) F-number.
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Folio(s)
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Following.
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(physics) Force.
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(sports) Forward.
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Franc(s)
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French.
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Friar.
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Friday.
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Full.
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(comput., math.) Function.
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Fluorine.
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(photog.) F-number.
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Fighter.

F-16

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(genetics) Filial generation.
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Abbreviation of Fahrenheit.
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See Farad and femto.
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(F sharp) A .NET scripting language from Microsoft Research. Based on the ML language and its OCaml derivative, F# brings ML to the .NET Framework, offering the speed of C# (C Sharp) with the advantages of interactive scripting. Using the F# extension to Visual Studio, programmers work with the language in a familiar development environment.Why the Number Sign?Because it is similar to the sharp music notation symbol, the number sign (#) is used. See .NET Framework, C# and J#.
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Symbol for frequency.
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Femto. From Danish or Norwegian femten, translating as fifteen and referring to one quadrillionth (10 -15 ). See also femtocell.
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Female.
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The definition of f is relating to, of or shaped like the sixth letter of the English alphabet.

An example of f used as an adjective is in the phrase "f grade," which means a grade of f.

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F is defined as the sixth letter of the English alphabet, the Fahrenheit temperature scale, a grade for failing work, or the fourth note in the C musical scale.

An example of f is the first letter in the word "foot."

An example of f is 96 degrees F.

An example of f is a grade a student who got 7 out of 10 questions wrong would receive.

An example of f is the musical note on the C-scale after e.

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Any of the speech sounds represented by the letter f.
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The sixth in a series.
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Something shaped like the letter F.
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A grade that indicates failing status.
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Female.
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