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"fourteen" in British English

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fourteennumber

uk   /ˌfɔːˈtiːn/  us   /ˌfɔːrˈtiːn/
A1 the ​number 14: Her ​baby is fourteen ​monthsold. Luisa is going to be fourteen next ​month.

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(Definition of fourteen from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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 us   /fɔrtˈtin, foʊrt-/
14: Fourteen ​people will be coming to ​dinner. a fourteen-week ​program
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Translations of “fourteen”
in Korean 14, 십사…
in Arabic الرقَم 14…
in Malaysian angka empat belas, umur empat belas tahun…
in French quatorze, quatorze ans…
in Russian четырнадцать…
in Chinese (Traditional) (數位)14…
in Italian quattordici…
in Turkish ondört…
in Polish czternaście…
in Spanish catorce, catorce años…
in Vietnamese số mười bốn, tuổi mười bốn…
in Portuguese quatorze…
in Thai ตัวเลข 14, อายุ 14 ปี…
in German die Vierzehn…
in Catalan catorze…
in Japanese 14, 14の…
in Chinese (Simplified) (数字)14…
in Indonesian empat belas, umur…
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