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Septembernoun [C or U]

uk   /sepˈtem.bər/  us   /sepˈtem.bɚ/ (written abbreviation Sept.)
A1 the ninth ​month of the ​year, after ​August and before ​October: My mother's ​birthday is in September. School ​starts on 3 September. Claudia is ​startingschool next September.

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

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Septembernoun [C/U]

 us   /sepˈtem·bər/ (abbreviation Sept.)
the ninth ​month of the ​year, after ​August and before ​October
(Definition of September from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “September”
in Korean 9월…
in Arabic سِبْتَمْبَر, أيلول (الشَّهْر التّاسِع مِن السَّنَة)…
in Malaysian September…
in French septembre…
in Russian сентябрь…
in Chinese (Traditional) 九月…
in Italian settembre…
in Turkish eylül, eylül ayı…
in Polish wrzesień…
in Spanish septiembre…
in Vietnamese tháng chín…
in Portuguese setembro…
in Thai เดือนกันยายน…
in German der September…
in Catalan setembre…
in Japanese 9月…
in Chinese (Simplified) 九月…
in Indonesian September…
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