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No.

adjective, noun [U]
abbreviation for north or northern
Translations of “No.”
in Arabic رَقَم…
in Korean “number”의 약어…
in Malaysian no.…
in French n°…
in Turkish numara…
in Italian abbreviazione scritta di “number”…
in Chinese (Traditional) 號碼, …號…
in Russian номер…
in Polish nr (= = numer)…
in Vietnamese số…
in Spanish núm.…
in Portuguese forma abreviada de “number”…
in Thai หมายเลข (คำย่อของ number)…
in German Nr., die Nummer…
in Catalan abreviatura escrita de “number”: número…
in Japanese “number” の略…
in Indonesian No., no.…
in Chinese (Simplified) 号码, …号…
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