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ten

number uk   /ten/ us  
A1 the number 10: Her father died ten years ago. We can take ten (people) in the minibus.
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in Korean 열, 십…
in Arabic عَشَرة…
in French dix, dix ans…
in Turkish on rakamı…
in Italian dieci…
in Chinese (Traditional) (數字)10…
in Russian десять…
in Polish dziesięć…
in Spanish diez, diez años de edad…
in Portuguese dez…
in German die Zehn…
in Catalan deu…
in Japanese 10…
in Chinese (Simplified) (数字)10…
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