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Translation of "digit" - English-Spanish dictionary

digit

noun /ˈdidʒit/
any of the figures 0 to 9
dígito
105 is a number with three digits.
a finger or toe.
dedo
digital adjective (of a computer etc) using the numbers 0–9
digital
digital clock/watch noun a clock or watch which shows the time in numbers instead of on a dial.
reloj digital
Translations of “digit”
in Arabic رَقَم…
in Korean 숫자…
in Malaysian angka, jari…
in French chiffre, doigt, orteil…
in Turkish sayı, basamak…
in Italian cifra…
in Chinese (Traditional) 數字, (零到九中的任一)數字…
in Russian цифра…
in Polish cyfra…
in Vietnamese con số, ngón tay, ngón chân…
in Portuguese dígito…
in Thai ตัวเลข, นิ้ว…
in German die Stelle, der Finger, die Zehe…
in Catalan dígit…
in Japanese (数字の)けた…
in Indonesian angka, jari…
in Chinese (Simplified) 数字, (0到9中的任一)数字…
(Definition of digit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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