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November

noun [C or U] uk   /nəʊˈvem.bər/ /nəˈ-/  us   /noʊˈvem.bɚ/ (written abbreviation Nov.)
A1 the eleventh month of the year, after October and before December: He's starting his new job in November. The next meeting is on 2 November. The factory opened last November.
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in Arabic الشَّهر الحادِي عَشَر مِنْ السَّنَة (نوفمبر)…
in Korean 11월…
in Malaysian bulan November…
in French novembre…
in Turkish Kasım, yılın onbirinci ayı…
in Italian novembre…
in Chinese (Traditional) 十一月…
in Russian ноябрь…
in Polish listopad…
in Vietnamese tháng Mười một…
in Spanish noviembre…
in Portuguese novembro…
in Thai เดือนพฤศจิกายน…
in German der November…
in Catalan novembre…
in Japanese 11月…
in Indonesian November…
in Chinese (Simplified) 十一月…
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