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fourteenthadjective, adverb, noun [C]

 us   /fɔrˈtinθ, foʊr-/
(in the ​position of) the ​number 14 in a ​series; 14th : the fourteenth ​edition of the ​book [C] Could we ​arrange a ​meeting for the fourteenth of ​April? A fourteenth is one of fourteen ​equalparts of something.
(Definition of fourteenth from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"fourteenth" in British English

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fourteenthordinal number

uk   /ˌfɔːˈtiːnθ/  us   /ˌfɔːr-/
14th written as a word: Valentine's Day is the fourteenth (ofFebruary).

fourteenthnoun [C]

uk   /ˌfɔːˈtiːnθ/  us   /ˌfɔːr-/
one of 14 ​equalparts of something
(Definition of fourteenth from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “fourteenth”
in Arabic أرْبَعة عَشرة, رابِع عَشر…
in Korean 14번째, 열네번째…
in Portuguese décimo quarto…
in Catalan catorzè…
in Japanese (14thの文字表記)14番目の, 第14の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 第十四(的)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 第十四(的)…
in Italian quattordicesimo…
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