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Q: What does 'talking ten to the dozen' mean?

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A dozen is twelve. 9 x 12 = 108

A gross is twelve dozen, that is, 144 units.

It means six lots of one dozen.

I'm assuming you mean "Baker's Dozen". Unlike a normal "Dozen" (which has 12 items), a baker's dozen contains 13 items. Hope this helps!

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The correct phrase is "Ninteen to the Dozen" and is often misquoted as "Ten to the dozen" which of course makes no sense as 10 is less than a dozen.

The correct phrase is "Ninteen to the Dozen" and is often misquoted as "Ten to the dozen" which of course makes no sense as 10 is less than a dozen.

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In the 10 Numbers Roulette System this type of betting is used - you will place ten chips on the first dozen and ten chips on the second dozen. You will place the remaining ten chips on the numbers from the last dozen.

If your talking about "quite a few apples" you might mean a dozen or so.If your talking about "quite a few of the stars in our universe" you probably mean a few trillion or so. Or when you start slurring.

A dozen dozen is twelve dozen or twelve twelves or 144. This is also known as a gross.

Talking 19 to the dozen

So you can sell a half dozen (6), a third of a dozen (4) or a quarter of a dozen (3).

six gross / dozen

If you mean a baker's dozen, then it is 13.

There are TWELVE (12) 3 cent stamps in a dozen. Just like there are 12 in a dozen of anything and everything else (unless we're talking baker's dozen!)

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