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"ten" in British English

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tennumber

uk   /ten/  us   /ten/
A1 the ​number 10: Her ​fatherdied ten ​years ago. We can take ten (​people) in the ​minibus.

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

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tennumber

 us   /ten/
10: The ​twins are ten. a ten-seat ​minivan
Ten can also ​mean ten o’clock.
(Definition of ten from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “ten”
in Korean 열, 십…
in Arabic عَشَرة…
in Malaysian sepuluh, sepuluh tahun…
in French dix, dix ans…
in Russian десять…
in Chinese (Traditional) (數字)10…
in Italian dieci…
in Turkish on rakamı…
in Polish dziesięć…
in Spanish diez, diez años de edad…
in Vietnamese số 10, 10 tuổi…
in Portuguese dez…
in Thai ตัวเลขหรือจำนวนสิบ, อายุสิบปี…
in German die Zehn…
in Catalan deu…
in Japanese 10…
in Chinese (Simplified) (数字)10…
in Indonesian sepuluh, umur 10 tahun…
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