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February

noun [C or U]     /ˈfeb.ru.ər.i/ US  /-ruː.er-/ ( written abbreviation Feb)
the second month of the year, after January and before March 二月 28(th) February/February 28(th) 2月28日 I was born on the fifth of February/February the fifth/ mainly US February fifth. 我生于2月5日。 We moved house last February/are moving house next February. 我们在刚过去的2月搬家了/明年2月搬家。 Building work is expected to start in February. 预计建造工作2月份开始。 It was a dull, cold February. 那是一个阴沉寒冷的2月。 Names of months
Translations of “February”
in Arabic فِبراير, شُباط…
in Korean 2월…
in Malaysian Februari…
in French février…
in Turkish Şubat ayı…
in Italian febbraio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 二月…
in Russian февраль…
in Polish luty…
in Vietnamese tháng hai…
in Spanish febrero…
in Portuguese fevereiro…
in Thai เดือนกุมภาพันธ์…
in German der Februar…
in Catalan febrer…
in Japanese 2月…
in Indonesian Februari…
(Definition of February from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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