umpteen Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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umpteendeterminer, pronoun

uk   us   /ʌmpˈtiːn/ /ˈʌmp.tiːn/ informal
very many; a lot (of): We've been there umpteen ​times and she still can't ​remember the way.
umpteenth
determiner uk   us   /ʌmpˈtiːnθ/ /ˈʌmp.tiːnθ/ informal
I ​drank my umpteenth ​cup of ​coffee. For the umpteenth ​time, Anthony, ​knives and ​forks go in the ​middledrawer!
(Definition of umpteen from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “umpteen”
in Spanish montones (de), muchísimas (veces)…
in Vietnamese vô số…
in Malaysian banyak…
in Thai มากมาย…
in French des tas…
in German unzählig, tausend…
in Chinese (Simplified) 许多, 大量…
in Turkish sayısız, bir sürü, sayılamayacak kadar çok…
in Russian бесчисленное количество…
in Indonesian sangat banyak…
in Chinese (Traditional) 許多, 大量…
in Polish ileś tam, en…
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