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Septembernoun [C or U]

uk   /sepˈtem.bər/  us   /-bɚ/ (written abbreviation Sept.)
A1 the ninth month of the year, after August and before October: My mother's birthday is in September. School starts on 3 September. Claudia is starting school next September.
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in Arabic سِبْتَمْبَر, أيلول (الشَّهْر التّاسِع مِن السَّنَة)…
in Korean 9월…
in Malaysian September…
in French septembre…
in Turkish eylül, eylül ayı…
in Italian settembre…
in Chinese (Traditional) 九月…
in Russian сентябрь…
in Polish wrzesień…
in Vietnamese tháng chín…
in Spanish septiembre…
in Portuguese setembro…
in Thai เดือนกันยายน…
in German der September…
in Catalan setembre…
in Japanese 9月…
in Indonesian September…
in Chinese (Simplified) 九月…
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