hundredth

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
yüzüncü

O, yüzüncü doğum gününden birkaç gün önce öldü. - He died a few days before his hundredth birthday.

Yüzüncü doğum gününden birkaç gün önce vefat etti. - He passed away several days before his hundredth birthday.

{i} yüzde bir
(sıfat) yüzüncü
{i} yüzüncü şey
hundred
yüz

Uçak saatte beş yüz kilometre hızla uçar. - The airplane flies at a speed of five hundred kilometers per hour.

Yüz elli kişi maraton yarışına girdi. - One hundred and fifty people entered the marathon race.

hundredth anniversary
yüzüncü yıl dönümü
hundred
a hundred per- cent yüzde yüz
hundred
yüz rakamı
hundred
yüzlük
hundred
{i} yüz, yüz rakamı (100, C)
hundred
hundredth s
hundred
yüzüncü

Yüzüncü doğum gününde birkaç gün içerisinde öldü. - He died within a few days of his hundredth birthday.

Yüzüncü doğum gününden birkaç gün önce vefat etti. - He passed away several days before his hundredth birthday.

hundred
(isim) yüzlük
hundred
a hundredfold yüz kat
hundred
yüz misli
hundred
hundredweight112 librelik ingiliz ağırlık ölçü birimi
hundred
yüz rakamı, 100
five hundredth
500
four hundredth
400
hundred
100 librelik Amerikan ağırlık ölçü birimi
hundred
yüz defa
three hundredth
300
two hundredth
İkiyüzüncü
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
One of a hundred equal parts of a whole. Called also percent
The person or thing in the hundredth position
The ordinal form of the number one hundred
position 100 in a countable series of things the ordinal number of one hundred in counting order
{s} next after the ninety-ninth; being one of 100 equal parts
{i} number 100 in a series; hundredth part of one hundred equal parts, 1/100
Coming last of a hundred successive individuals or units
one part in a hundred
One of a hundred equal parts into which one whole is, or may be, divided; the quotient of a unit divided by a hundred
Forming one of a hundred equal parts into which anything is divided; the tenth of a tenth
A hundredth of something is one of a hundred equal parts of it. Mitchell beat Lewis by three-hundredths of a second
The hundredth item in a series is the one that you count as number one hundred. The bank celebrates its hundredth anniversary in December
the ordinal number of one hundred in counting order
position 100 in a countable series of things
centesm
centi
centesimal
five-hundredth
The ordinal form of the number five hundred
five-hundredth
The person or thing in the five-hundredth position
five-hundredth
One of five hundred equal parts of a whole
hundred
An administrative subdivision in southern English counties and in other countries
hundred
A numerical value equal to 100 (102), occurring after ninety-nine

Overall, the top a hundred and seventy-five executives at the companies.

hundred
A hundred-dollar bill
one-hundredth
the second decimal digit in a percentage

one one-hundredth of a percent = 0.01%.

hundred
{n} the number 1, 1 times 1
hundred
{a} the number 1 multipied by 1
the hundredth
{a} centesimal
Hundred
fivescore
five-hundredth
the ordinal number of five hundred in counting order
four-hundredth
the ordinal number of four hundred in counting order
hundred
emphasis You can use a hundred per cent or one hundred per cent to emphasize that you agree completely with something or that it is completely right or wrong. Are you a hundred per cent sure it's your neighbour? = absolutely. Four Hundred Council of the Hundred Days Hundred Years' War
hundred
The product of ten multiplied by ten, or the number of ten times ten; a collection or sum, consisting of ten times ten units or objects; five score
hundred
emphasis If you refer to hundreds of things or people, you are emphasizing that there are very many of them. Hundreds of tree species face extinction You can also use hundreds as a pronoun. Hundreds have been killed in the fighting and thousands made homeless
hundred
{i} number 100
hundred
a hundred runs scored by a batsman
hundred
The plural form is hundred after a number, or after a word or expression referring to a number, such as `several' or `a few'
hundred
Also, a symbol representing one hundred units, as 100 or C
hundred
ten 10s being ten more than ninety
hundred
{s} being 100 in number
hundred
The cardinal number that is the second power of ten, occurring after ninety-nine, represented in Roman numerals as C and in Arabic numerals as 100. Ordinal: hundredth
hundred
adj [(It costs six ~ Rupiah )] ratus [(Itu harga enam ~ Rupiah )] 2 one hundred adj seratus (ratus)
hundred
A hundred or one hundred is the number 100. According to one official more than a hundred people have been arrested
hundred
A unit of local administration introduced in the tenth century, (normally) larger than a village but smaller than a county; the name has some connection to a territory of 100 "hides" (a measurement of area), although this was not consistently the case in practice In the former Danelaw the "wapentake" had a similar role Many towns had acquired, by the time of Domesday, the status of a hundred (or at least a half-hundred -- which made little practical difference) The hundred court developed out of, and superseded, the older folkmoot; it dealt with less serious criminal and civil cases For further background information see: The Laws of King Edgar, 959-975 A D : This is the Ordinance how the Hundred shall be held
hundred
An administrative subdivision in southern English counties and other countries
hundred
being ten more than ninety
hundred
A division of a country in England, supposed to have originally contained a hundred families, or freemen
hundred
Ten times ten; five score; as, a hundred dollars
hundred
a subdivision of a county The term has obscure Medieval origins, but it was still used in the 17th century
hundred
ten 10s
hundredths
plural of hundredth
one-hundredth
one part in a hundred
three-hundredth
the ordinal number of three hundred in counting order
two-hundredth
the ordinal number of two hundred in counting order
hundredth

    Расстановка переносов

    hun·dredth

    Турецкое произношение

    hʌndrıdth

    Произношение

    /ˈhəndrədᴛʜ/ /ˈhʌndrədθ/

    Этимология

    [ 'h&n-dr&d, -d&rd ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English, from hund hundred + -red ; akin to Latin centum hundred, Greek hekaton, Old English tien ten; more at TEN, REASON.

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