one-third : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n one of three equal parts of a divisible whole
- Nearly one-third (32%) shop for these items online a few times a year.
- One-third of our trade is with the Western bloc, one-third with the Eastern bloc, and one-third with the rest of the world.
- Less than one-third of perpetrators know their victims from outside the home.
- Harry Reid in International Herald Tribune
More than one-third of this bill is dedicated to providing tax relief for middle-class families, cutting taxes for 95 percent of American workers,said Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid at a Capitol news conference where he was joined by...
- President Bush in USA Today
I am not alone in my opposition,Bush said, stressing that 147 Republicans in the House have pledged to stand with him. "These 147 members are more than the one-third needed to sustain my veto of any bills that spend too much."