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Meaning of “May” - Learner’s Dictionary

May

noun [C, U]     /meɪ/
A1 the fifth month of the yearNames of months
Translations of “May”
in Arabic مايو, آيار…
in Korean 5월…
in Malaysian Mei…
in French mai…
in Turkish mayıs ayı, yılın beşinci ayı…
in Italian maggio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 山楂花…
in Russian май…
in Polish maj…
in Vietnamese tháng Năm…
in Spanish mayo…
in Portuguese maio…
in Thai เดือนพฤษภาคม…
in German der Mai…
in Catalan maig…
in Japanese 5月…
in Indonesian Mei…
in Chinese (Simplified) 山楂花…
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