nineteenth Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Meaning of “nineteenth” in the English Dictionary

"nineteenth" in British English

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nineteenthordinal number

uk   us   /ˌnaɪnˈtiːnθ/
19th written as a word: The new ​termstarts on the nineteenth (ofSeptember).
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nineteenthnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˌnaɪnˈtiːnθ/
one of 19 ​equalparts of something
(Definition of nineteenth from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"nineteenth" in American English

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nineteenthadjective, adverb, noun [C]

 us   /ˌnɑɪnˈtinθ/
(in the ​position of) the ​number 19 in a ​series; 19th: I was nineteenth in ​line to ​renew my driver’s ​license. [C] Our next ​meeting is on the nineteenth of ​June. A nineteenth is one of nineteen ​equalparts of something.
(Definition of nineteenth from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “nineteenth”
in Arabic التاسِع عَشر…
in Korean 19번째, 열 아홉 번째…
in Portuguese décimo nono…
in Catalan dinovè…
in Japanese (19thの文字表記)19番目, 第19…
in Chinese (Simplified) 第十九(的)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 第十九(的)…
in Italian diciannovesimo…
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