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eight

noun /eit/
the number or figure 8
ocho
Four and four are/is/make eight.
the age of 8
ocho años
The book is aimed at children of eight and over.
the crew of an eight-oared racing boat
ocho
Did the Cambridge eight win?
eight- having eight (of something)
de ocho…
an eight-sided figure.
eighth /eitð/ noun one of eight equal parts
octavo
They each received an eighth of the money.
(also adjective ) (the) last of eight (people, things etc); (the) next after the seventh
octavo
His horse was eighth in the race Are you having another cup of coffee? That’s your eighth (cup) this morning Henry VIII (said as ’Henry the Eighth’).
eight-year-old noun a person or animal that is eight years old
persona/animal de ocho años de edad
Is this game suitable for an eight-year-old?
figure of eight noun a pattern etc in the shape of the figure 8
ocho
The skater did a figure of eight.
Translations of “eight”
in French huit, huit ans, équipe de huit…
in German die Acht, der Achter…
in Russian восемь…
in Turkish sekiz rakamı…
in Polish osiem…
(Definition of eight from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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