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fifthordinal number

uk   us   /fɪfθ/
A2 5th written as a word: the fifth floor of the building Tomorrow is the fifth (of September). I was/came fifth in the race.
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fifthnoun [C]

uk   us   /fɪfθ/
B1 one of five equal parts of something: One fifth is the same as 20 percent.
Translations of “fifth”
in Arabic الخامِس…
in Korean 5번째, 다섯 번째…
in Malaysian satu per lima, kelima…
in French cinquième…
in Turkish beşinci…
in Italian quinto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 第五(的)…
in Russian пятый…
in Polish piąty…
in Vietnamese một phần năm, thứ năm…
in Spanish quinto…
in Portuguese quinto…
in Thai 1 ใน 5 ส่วน, คนที่ห้า…
in German das Fünftel, der/die/das Fünfte…
in Catalan cinquè…
in Japanese (5thの文字表記)5番目の, 第5の…
in Indonesian seperlima, kelima…
in Chinese (Simplified) 第五(的)…
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