A Roman numeral representing five hundred and nine (509). (noun)
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Use "dix" in a sentence
"It is therefore not surprising that decimal systems are widespread among the spoken number sequences, or that they are mixed with vigesi - mal elements, as we see in French: dix vingt trente quarante cinquante soixante soixante-dix quatre-vingts (four times twenty) quatre-vingt-dix cent"
"I’ve decided deux mille dix is much smarter (and much easier to say!)."
"Legend has it that the ten-dollar bill from the Citizens Bank of Louisiana had the word "dix", or ten in French, printed on the back."