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Translation of "five" - English-Spanish dictionary

five

noun /faiv/
the number or figure 5.
cinco
the age of 5.
cinco años
five- having five (of something)
de cinco…
a five-storey building.
fiver noun (informal) (a banknote worth) #5 or $5
billete de cinco libras/dólares
It cost me a fiver.
five-year-old noun a person or animal that is five years old.
(persona, etc.) de cinco años
Translations of “five”
in Arabic خَمْسة…
in Korean 5달러 지폐…
in Malaysian angka lima, umur lima tahun…
in French cinq, cinq ans…
in Turkish beş…
in Italian banconota da 5 dollari…
in Russian пять…
in Polish pięć…
in Vietnamese số năm, năm tuổi…
in Portuguese nota de cinco dólares…
in Thai เลขห้า, อายุห้าปี…
in German die Fünf…
in Catalan bitllet de cinc dòlars…
in Japanese 5ドル紙幣…
in Indonesian lima, lima tahun…
(Definition of five from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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