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Translation of "six" - English-Spanish dictionary

six

noun /siks/
the number or figure 6. seis
the age of 6. seis años
six-
having six (of something) de/con seis… a six-cylinder engine.
sixth noun
one of six equal parts. sexto
(also adjective ) (the) last of six (people, things etc); (the) next after the fifth. sexto
sixpence noun
a silver-coloured/silver-colored British coin worth six old pennies, used until decimalization in 1971. Moneda de 6 Peniques
six-year-old noun
a person or animal that is six years old. persona de seis años
at sixes and sevens
in confusion; completely disorganized confuso, hecho un lío On the day before the wedding, the whole house was at sixes and sevens.
Translations of “six”
in Vietnamese số sáu, sáu tuổi…
in Thai จำนวนหก, อายุหกปี…
in Malaysian enam, umur enam tahun…
in French six, six ans…
in German die Sechs…
in Chinese (Traditional) (板球運動中的)六分球…
in Indonesian enam, umur…
in Russian шесть…
in Turkish altı rakamı…
in Chinese (Simplified) (板球运动中的)六分球…
in Polish sześć…
(Definition of six from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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