thirty Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"thirty" in British English

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thirtynumber

uk   /ˈθɜː.ti/  us   /ˈθɝː.t̬i/
A2 the ​number 30: twenty-nine, thirty, thirty-one She got ​married when she was thirty (​yearsold).
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(Definition of thirty from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"thirty" in American English

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thirtynumber

 us   /ˈθɜr·t̬i/
30: There are thirty ​students taking this ​course. a thirty-mile ​journey
(Definition of thirty from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “thirty”
in Korean 30, 서른, 삼십…
in Arabic رَقم 30…
in Malaysian tiga puluh, tiga puluh tahun…
in French trente, trente ans…
in Russian тридцать…
in Chinese (Traditional) (數字)30…
in Italian trenta…
in Turkish otuz…
in Polish trzydzieści…
in Spanish treinta, treinta años de edad…
in Vietnamese số 30, 30 tuổi…
in Portuguese trinta…
in Thai ตัวเลขหรือจำนวนสามสิบ, อายุสามสิบปี…
in German die Dreißig…
in Catalan trenta…
in Japanese 30, 30の…
in Chinese (Simplified) (数字)30…
in Indonesian tiga puluh, umur 30 tahun…
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