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nineteennumber

uk   us   /ˌnaɪnˈtiːn/
A1 the number 19: Simson, aged nineteen, was convicted on two charges of burglary. It's nineteen miles to the nearest town.
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in Arabic تِسْعة عَشَر…
in Korean 19, 십구…
in Malaysian sembilan belas, berumur sembilan belas tahun…
in French dix-neuf, dix-neuf ans…
in Turkish ondokuz…
in Italian diciannove…
in Chinese (Traditional) (數字)19…
in Russian девятнадцать…
in Polish dziewiętnaście…
in Vietnamese số mười chín, ở tuổi 19…
in Spanish diecinueve, diecinueve años…
in Portuguese dezenove…
in Thai เลขสิบเก้า, อายุสิบเก้า…
in German die Neunzehn…
in Catalan dinou…
in Japanese 19, 19の…
in Indonesian sembilan belas, umur…
in Chinese (Simplified) (数字)19…
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