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Translation of "fifty" - English-Spanish dictionary

fifty

noun /ˈfifti/
the number or figure 50.
cincuenta
the age of 50.
cincuenta años
fifties noun plural the period of time between one’s fiftieth and sixtieth birthdays
cincuentena
He must be in his fifties by now.
the range of temperatures between fifty and sixty degrees.
temperaturas entre cincuenta y sesenta grados (Fahrenheit)
the period of time between the fiftieth and sixtieth years of a century.
los años cincuenta
fiftieth noun one of fifty equal parts.
quincuagésimo
(also adjective ) (the) last of fifty (people, things etc); (the) next after the forty-ninth.
quincuagésimo
fifty- having fifty (of something)
de cincuenta
a fifty-page book.
fifty-year-old noun a person or animal that is fifty years old.
persona/animal de cincuenta años de edad
fifty-fifty adverb half and half
mitad y mitad, entre dos
We’ll divide the money fifty-fifty.
(Definition of fifty from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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