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ordinal number also: ordinal
Pronunciation: /ˈɔrdnəl ˈnəmbər/

Translation of ordinal number in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • We should say immediately that the ancient Greeks had different systems for cardinal numbers and ordinal numbers so we must look carefully at what we mean by Greek number systems.
    • However, it was not to be, but the second paper describes his theory of well-ordered sets and ordinal numbers.
    • It basically revolves round the set of all ordinal numbers.

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