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thou

pronoun uk   /ðaʊ/ old use us  
you, used when speaking to one person

thou

noun [C] uk   /θaʊ/ ( plural thou) us  
informal for thousand , especially when referring to an amount of money: "How much do you reckon it cost him?" "About thirty thou."
Translations of “thou”
in Spanish vos…
in French tu, toi…
in German du…
in Chinese (Traditional) 汝,爾,你…
in Chinese (Simplified) 汝,尔,你…
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