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fifty

 
 
/ˈfɪfti/
A2 the number 50
пятьдесят
Cardinal numbers, including nought and zero
the fifties the years from 1950 to 1959
пятидесятые годы
Decades, centuries and the millennium
be in your fifties to be aged between 50 and 59
быть в возрасте от пятидесяти до пятидесяти девяти лет
Describing age and birthdays
fiftieth 50th written as a word
пятидесятый
Ordinal numbers
Translations of “fifty”
in Arabic الرَقم 50…
in Korean 50, 오십…
in Malaysian angka lima puluh, pada umur lima puluh…
in French cinquante, cinquante ans…
in Turkish elli…
in Italian cinquanta…
in Chinese (Traditional) (數字)50…
in Polish pięćdziesiąt…
in Vietnamese năm mươi, tuổi năm mươi…
in Spanish cincuenta, cincuenta años…
in Portuguese cinquenta…
in Thai ตัวเลข 50, อาย 50…
in German die Fünfzig…
in Catalan cinquanta…
in Japanese 50, 50の…
in Indonesian lima puluh, 0 tahun…
in Chinese (Simplified) (数字)50…
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