(conjunction) used to join identical words or phrases to give emphasis or indicate repetition or continuity
(conjunction) used to join two identical words or phrases to express a contrast between instances of what is named
(conjunction) used in place of to in infinitives after verbs such as try, go, and come
(noun) an additional matter or problem
Use "n's" in a sentence
"Juan Inciarte, executive vice president of strategy, is viewed as one of Mr. Bot í n's most trusted advisers, accompanying him on most of his travels and being intimately involved in any deal."
"But some people close to Santander's top management said he isn't a favorite of Mr. Bot í n's, after having wrangled with top executives, one person said, over the degree of control he had in the Latin American business."
"I was wrong, there is one entry that is only significant at the .05 level, I guess with n's of 100,000 or so, statistical significance is pretty easy."