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April

noun [C or U] uk   us   /ˈeɪ.prəl/ (written abbreviation Apr.)
A1 the fourth month of the year, after March and before May: We came back in April. The meeting is on 4 April. I haven't seen her since last April.
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in Arabic الشَّهْر الرّابِع مِنْ السَّنة الميلادِيّة, أبْريل, نِيْسان…
in Korean 4월…
in Malaysian April…
in French avril…
in Turkish nisan…
in Italian aprile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 四月…
in Russian апрель…
in Polish kwiecień…
in Vietnamese tháng tư…
in Spanish abril…
in Portuguese abril…
in Thai เดือนเมษายน…
in German der April…
in Catalan abril…
in Japanese 4月…
in Indonesian April…
in Chinese (Simplified) 四月…
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