- the one-hundredths of a dollar, units of money less than a dollar, the value of coins
- sometimes written after the number as ¢ (a “c” with a vertical line through it)
- as a noun
- sight, smell, hearing, touch, or taste
- as a verb means to become aware of, often through those five means of perception
- (with an “i” in the second place) relates to “time” (with an “i” in the second place)
- a conjunction, combining two clauses.
- meaning “because”
- or meaning “from that time on”
- The conductor paid her seven dollars and fifteen cents an hour.
- (“cents” = more than one ¢)
- She always brought 45 cents to buy an ice cream cone after the concert.
- (“cents” = pennies or the equivalent in larger coins)
- The conductor had enough sense to allow her to play with the adults.
- (“sense” = logic, ability to reason)
- They sensed her abilities very early in life.
- (“sensed” = past tense of “sense”)
- The child in the symphony has played the piano since she was four.
- (“since” = from the time past until now)
- Her parents attended each performance since they admired her talent.
- (“since” = because)