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Plural of thousand?

The plural of thousand is thousands.   e.g. There are thousands of locusts in that field.   When used to denote a particular number, it remains as just 'thousand', e.g. (MORE)
In Grammar

Two thousand and nine or two thousand nine?

Technically, when writing out a number with words, "and" should only be used to signify a decimal place, for example, "twenty-one and seventy-five hundredths" for 21.75. Thi (MORE)

Abbreviation for thousand?

Abbreviations for "thousand" are the letters K (probably from kilo-) and M from Roman Numerals.   In slang "thousand" is often termed "grand", "thou", "g's", and "clicks (MORE)
In Science

How do you round 68354 to the nearest thousand and ten thousand?

Rounded to the nearest thousand, this is equal to 68000. Rounded to the nearest ten thousand, this is equal to 70000.
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In Grammar

Is thousand noun?

Yes, the word 'thousand' is a noun, a word for a quantity  between nine-hundred ninety-nine and one-thousand and one; a unit  in a series following unit number nine-hundred (MORE)
In Numbers

How do you round to thousands?

When rounding to a specific place, take a look at the digit  immediately to the right of the target, in this case, the hundreds  place. If that digit is 4 or less, zero ever (MORE)