thirteen Meaning, definition in Cambridge English Dictionary
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thirteennumber

uk   /θɜːˈtiːn/  us   /θɝː-/
A1 the number 13: Some people think that thirteen is an unlucky number. There were twelve or thirteen people waiting at the bus stop.
More examples
  • thirteen, fourteen, fifteen
  • Three from sixteen is thirteen.
Translations of “thirteen”
in Arabic رقم 13…
in Korean 13, 열 셋…
in Malaysian tiga belas, tiga belas tahun…
in French treize, treize ans…
in Turkish onüç…
in Italian tredici…
in Chinese (Traditional) (數字)13…
in Russian тринадцать…
in Polish trzynaście…
in Vietnamese số 13, tuổi 13…
in Spanish trece, trece años de edad…
in Portuguese treze…
in Thai ตัวเลขหรือจำนวนสิบสาม, อายุสิบสามปี…
in German Dreizehn, die Dreizehn…
in Catalan tretze…
in Japanese 13, 13の…
in Indonesian tiga belas, 3 tahun…
in Chinese (Simplified) (数字)13…
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