Definition of thirteen in English:
1Equivalent to the sum of six and seven; one more than twelve, or seven less than twenty; 13: thirteen miles away a rise of 13 per cent thirteen of the bishops voted against the motion (Roman numeral: xiii or XIII)
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- I figure we probably have twelve or thirteen years left to go.
- It's something like twelve or thirteen years since I last had a stream of colds like this and I've been relatively free of them since.
- Previously they have been ranked as the most intense set of examinations in the world, with a maximum of thirteen exams in seven days.
1.2Thirteen years old: two boys aged eleven and thirteen
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- The children were ragged and dirty, and all looked to be between the ages of eleven and thirteen.
- Ivan was sixteen, Alexis thirteen, Andrei eleven, I was nine and Natalia was three.
- My most interesting experience from a linguistic point of view was when I moved from Malaysia to Australia at the age of thirteen.
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