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Meaning of “dozen” - Learner’s Dictionary

dozen

noun, determiner     /ˈdʌzən/
B1 twelve, or a group of twelve: There were about a dozen people at the party.Groups of things according to number
dozens informal
a lot: She's got dozens of friends. →  See also a dime a dozen Large in number or quantity
Translations of “dozen”
in Arabic دُزَيْنة, دَستة (مصر)…
in Korean 다스, 12개짜리 한 묶음…
in Malaysian dozen…
in French douzaine…
in Turkish düzine…
in Italian dozzina…
in Chinese (Traditional) 十二個,一打…
in Russian дюжина…
in Polish tuzin…
in Vietnamese tá…
in Spanish docena…
in Portuguese dúzia…
in Thai หนึ่งโหล…
in German das Dutzend…
in Catalan dotzena…
in Japanese ダース, 12(個、人など)…
in Indonesian lusin…
in Chinese (Simplified) 十二个,一打…
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