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thirty
American English: /ˈθərdi/
British English: /ˈθəːti/

Translation of thirty in Spanish:

noun

adjective

  • Example sentences
    • He had no devoted readership and little chance of remaining in print for long, let alone being republished in thirty or forty years' time.
    • He is apt to spend thirty or forty pages on an incident to which an equally good writer might devote three.
    • But there is no doubt in my mind that people were happier thirty or forty years ago.

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