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plural

adjective [not gradable]  us   /ˈplʊr·əl/
grammar being the form of a word used to talk about more than one thing: a plural verb "Cats" and "cattle" are plural nouns.
plural
noun [C/U]  us   /ˈplʊr·əl/
grammar [U] "Geese" is the plural of "goose."
Translations of “plural”
in Arabic جَمع…
in Korean 복수형의…
in Malaysian jamak…
in French pluriel…
in Turkish çoğul…
in Italian plurale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 複數形式…
in Russian множественное число…
in Polish liczba mnoga…
in Vietnamese số nhiều…
in Spanish plural…
in Portuguese plural…
in Thai รูปพหูพจน์…
in German der Plural, Plural-……
in Catalan plural…
in Japanese 複数形の…
in Indonesian plural, jamak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 复数形式…
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