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Meaning of “nineteen” in the English Dictionary

"nineteen" in British English

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nineteennumber

uk   us   /ˌnaɪnˈtiːn/
A1 the ​number 19: Simson, ​aged nineteen, was ​convicted on two ​charges of ​burglary. It's nineteen ​miles to the ​nearesttown.

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

"nineteen" in American English

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nineteennumber

 us   /ˌnɑɪnˈtin/
19: Nineteen of the ​passengers were ​injured. a nineteen-car ​train
(Definition of nineteen from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “nineteen”
in Korean 19, 십구…
in Arabic تِسْعة عَشَر…
in Malaysian sembilan belas, berumur sembilan belas tahun…
in French dix-neuf, dix-neuf ans…
in Russian девятнадцать…
in Chinese (Traditional) (數字)19…
in Italian diciannove…
in Turkish ondokuz…
in Polish dziewiętnaście…
in Spanish diecinueve, diecinueve años…
in Vietnamese số mười chín, ở tuổi 19…
in Portuguese dezenove…
in Thai เลขสิบเก้า, อายุสิบเก้า…
in German die Neunzehn…
in Catalan dinou…
in Japanese 19, 19の…
in Chinese (Simplified) (数字)19…
in Indonesian sembilan belas, umur…
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