All ten fingers are impressed on the card.
Ten years flashed by.
Steam the fish for ten minutes.
Dip the cloth in soap water for ten minutes and rinse it well.
“Ten shot dead by gunmen” ran the newspaper headline.
The world is changing all the time. In ten years′ time you won′t be able to recognize the city at all.
The traffic crawled along at ten miles an hour.
It′ll take you about ten minutes to get there.
Do you mind waiting for ten minutes?
The film starts in ten minutes; hurry up!
The invoice shows ten , but only eight were delivered.
The judge condemned the criminal to ten years in jail.
The judge imposed a fine of ten pounds on him.
Adding machines and calculating machines--Numeric section of ten-key keyboards
The professor′s article runs to ten thousand words.
The provost had the students out of his office in ten minutes.
She survived her husband for ten years.
She brought up ten children.
The fence is so low that even a ten-year-old boy can stride it.
The steel mill contracted for ten million tons of iron ore.
The train doesn′t leave for another ten minutes.
Ten people burnt to death in the hotel fire.
Buy some paper that measures eight by ten inches.
face it (out)with a card of ten
The posts are to be spaced ten feet apart.
Which slot is for ten-cents?
The cook served the Brown family for more than ten years.
That village is about ten li away from here.
1.A group or unit of ten people or things.
‘count in tens’
‘A couple lost tens of thousands of pounds after their close friend admitted fraud.’
2.A playing card with ten pips.
‘the _ten_ of hearts’
‘The guy makes a big bet and I look down to find a pair of tens.’
3.A size of garment or other merchandise denoted by ten.
‘I was attractive, a size _ten_ and got a lot of attention.’
‘I like to use a size twelve hook, though Lee prefers a size _ten_ .’
4.A ten-pound note or ten-dollar bill.
‘he took the money in tens’
‘He returned and placed a _ten_ , a five, and three ones on the bar’
5.Equivalent to the product of five and two; one more than nine; 10.
‘the last _ten_ years’
‘the house comfortably sleeps _ten_ ’
‘at about _ten_ at night I got a call’
‘At _ten_ o’clock tonight I cruised home on the back of a scooter taxi.’
7.Ten years old.
‘the boy was no more than _ten_ ’
‘A witness had seen a youth, perhaps aged as young as _ten_ or 11, acting suspiciously.’
独上高台望四海 手揽云月傍天飞， 落叶重重已十月 归鸟凄凄啼心扉。