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Junenoun [C/U]

us   /dʒun/ abbreviation Jun.
the sixth month of the year, after May and before July
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Junenoun [C or U]

uk   /dʒuːn/ us   /dʒuːn/ written abbreviation Jun.
A1 the sixth month of the year, after May and before July: A lot of people get married in June. His birthday is on 21 June. Last June we had a lot of rain.

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Translations of “June”
in Korean 6월…
in Arabic يونْيو, حُزَيْران…
in Malaysian Jun…
in French juin…
in Russian июнь…
in Chinese (Traditional) 六月…
in Italian giugno…
in Turkish haziran ayı…
in Polish czerwiec…
in Spanish junio…
in Vietnamese tháng 6…
in Portuguese junho…
in Thai เดือนมิถุนายน…
in German der Juni…
in Catalan juny…
in Japanese 6月…
in Chinese (Simplified) 六月…
in Indonesian Juni…
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