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Meaning of “month” - Learner’s Dictionary

month

noun [C]
 
 
/mʌnθ/
PART OF YEAR A1 one of the twelve periods of time that a year is divided into: last/next month Your birthday's this month, isn't it?Specific periods of time
FOUR WEEKS A1 a period of approximately four weeks: She'll be working here for six months. I saw him about three months ago.Specific periods of time
Translations of “month”
in Arabic شَهْر…
in Korean 달, 개월…
in Malaysian bulan…
in French mois…
in Turkish ay, yılın ayları…
in Italian mese…
in Chinese (Traditional) 月, 一個月的時間…
in Russian месяц…
in Polish miesiąc…
in Vietnamese tháng…
in Spanish mes…
in Portuguese mês…
in Thai เดือน…
in German der Monat…
in Catalan mes…
in Japanese (暦の)月, 一ヵ月…
in Indonesian bulan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 月, 一个月的时间…
(Definition of month from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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