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august

adjective uk   /ɔːˈɡʌst/  us   /ɑː-/ formal
having great importance and especially of the highest social class: the society's august patron, the Duke of Norfolk
Translations of “august”
in Arabic الشَّهْر الثَّامِن مِن السَّنة الميلادِيّة أُغُسْطُس, آب…
in Korean 8월…
in Malaysian Ogos…
in French août…
in Turkish ağustos…
in Italian agosto…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指因社會地位高而)威嚴的,令人敬畏的…
in Russian август…
in Polish sierpień…
in Vietnamese tháng tám…
in Spanish agosto…
in Portuguese agosto…
in Thai เดือนสิงหาคม…
in German der August…
in Catalan agost…
in Japanese 8月…
in Indonesian Agustus…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指因社会地位高而)威严的,令人敬畏的…
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