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Meaning of “nine” in the English Dictionary

"nine" in British English

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ninenumber

uk   us   /naɪn/
A1 the ​number 9: The ​children go to ​bed at nine (o'clock). a nine-month ​prisonsentencenine to five describing or ​relating to ​work that ​begins at nine o'clock in the ​morning and ​finishes at five, the ​hoursworked in many ​offices from ​Monday to ​Friday: a nine-to-five ​routine She's ​tired of working nine to five.

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

"nine" in American English

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ninenumber

 us   /nɑɪn/
9: My ​sister is nine. a nine-month ​prisonsentence Nine can also ​mean nine o’clock.
(Definition of nine from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “nine”
in Korean 9, 구…
in Arabic تِسْعة…
in Malaysian sembilan, sembilan tahun…
in French neuf…
in Russian девять…
in Chinese (Traditional) (數字)9…
in Italian nove…
in Turkish dokuz…
in Polish dziewięć…
in Spanish nueve, nueve años…
in Vietnamese số chín, ở chín tuổi…
in Portuguese nove…
in Thai เลขเก้า, อายุเก้าปี…
in German Neun, die Neun…
in Catalan nou…
in Japanese 9, 9の…
in Chinese (Simplified) (数字)9…
in Indonesian sembilan, tahun…
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