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Dime may refer to:

  • Dime (Canadian coin)
    Dime (Canadian coin)
    In Canada a dime is a coin worth ten cents. It is the smallest of the currently issued Canadian coins. According to the Royal Canadian Mint, the official national term of the coin is the 10 cent piece, but in practice the term dime is universal...

  • Dime (United States coin)
    Dime (United States coin)
    The dime is a coin 10 cents, one tenth of a United States dollar, labeled formally as "one dime". The denomination was first authorized by the Coinage Act of 1792. The dime is the smallest in diameter and is the thinnest of all U.S...

Media and entertainment
  • Dime (album)
    Dime (album)
    Dime is the third Spanish album released by Christian rock band Guardian. The album was released in 2001.The album features several unique characteristics. Whereas the band's previous Spanish albums featured remakes of songs released in their previous albums, this album features only original...

    , by Guardian
  • "Dime" (song)
    Dime (song)
    "Dime" was the Spanish entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2003, performed in Spanish by Beth.The song was performed twelfth on the night, following Russia's t.A.T.u...

    , by Beth
  • The Dimes
    The Dimes
    The Dimes are an American folk-pop band from Portland, Oregon. While The Dimes have released four EPs under their own, self-titled label, The Dimes), their Album, The Silent Generation, recorded under the label Pet Marmoset, is considered their debut album...

    , a musical group
  • Dime novel
    Dime novel
    Dime novel, though it has a specific meaning, has also become a catch-all term for several different forms of late 19th-century and early 20th-century U.S...

    , a type of popular fiction

  • Dime (basketball)
  • The dime formation, an American football position
  • Dime Magazine
    Dime Magazine
    Dime Magazine is an American basketball magazine that began circulation in 2001. Dime publishes six issues a year for its worldwide readership, as well as a handful of editions of Dime China, a Chinese-language version consisting of regular Dime content translated from English and original content...

    , an American basketball magazine

Other uses
  • Dime bar, a candy
  • Dime language
    Dime language
    Dime is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken in the northern part of the Selamago district in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region of Ethiopia, around Mount Smith. Dime divides into at least two dialects, which include Us'a and Gerfa. It has six case suffixes, in addition to an...

  • Dense Inert Metal Explosive
    Dense Inert Metal Explosive
    Dense Inert Metal Explosive is an experimental type of explosive that has a relatively small but effective blast radius. It is manufactured by producing a homogeneous mixture of an explosive material and small particles of a chemically inert material such as tungsten...

  • Direct Internet Message Encapsulation
    Direct Internet Message Encapsulation
    Direct Internet Message Encapsulation was a Microsoft-proposed internet standard in the early 2000s for the streaming of binary and other encapsulated data over the Internet....

  • Dual Independent Map Encoding
    Dual Independent Map Encoding
    Dual Independent Map Encoding is an encoding scheme developed by the US Bureau of the Census for efficiently storing geographical data. The committee behind the case study that eventually resulted in DIME was established in 1965, although the term DIME itself was first coined by George Farnsworth...