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hundred

Pronunciation: /ˈhʌndrəd/

Translation of hundred in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • cien (masculine) a/one hundred cien a/one hundred and one ciento uno two hundred doscientos five hundred quinientos five hundred pages quinientas páginas twelve hundred mil doscientos fifteen hundred mil quinientos fifteen hundred pages mil quinientas páginas in (the year) fifteen hundred en el (año) mil quinientos she lived in the seventeen hundreds vivió en el siglo XVIII ten hundreds are a thousand diez centenas son un millar they are sold by the hundred o in hundreds se venden de a cien or (Spain/España) de cien en cien hundreds of thousands/millions cientos de miles/millones a/one hundred thousand/million cien mil/millones I've told you that story hundreds of times te he contado ese cuento cientos de veces he's nearly a/one hundred tiene casi cien años we number over a/one hundred somos más de cien there were a/one hundred of us éramos cien I've got a hundred and one things to do tengo cientos or miles de cosas que hacer

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