Definition of 'ninety'
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Not many bands that emerged with you in the early Nineties have gone the distance. The Sun (2016)A couple of commendable but slight folk covers albums in the early Nineties lead to assertions of writer's block. The Sun (2016)Yet the early nineties were a palpable disappointment. Christianity Today (2000)Within ninety minutes the ship was ready for departure. Titanic - Destination disaster (1987)Terms of more than ninety days are not unusual. SHOPPED: The Shocking Power of British Supermarkets (2004)The Nineties was a time of peace and prosperity. The Sun (2010)Like ninety per cent of her fellow students she has chosen American. A Roomful of Birds - Scottish short stories 1990 (1990)The indie disco favourites of the early Nineties are still going strong. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But it is the remaining ones that really are the problem ones for us and probably cause ninety per cent of our issues. The Sun (2013)Forget the glitz and glamour of the Nineties and Noughties. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He has also been out in the nineties 18 times in one-day internationals. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Since the early Nineties, residents have spoken of seeing thousands of mysterious objects in the sky they cannot explain. The Sun (2015)Since the early Nineties, social workers have been charged with managing expenditure on residential care which had previously been spiralling out of control. Times, Sunday Times (2008)A huge trend back in the Nineties, this time around pleats are chic. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'ninety'
British English: ninety /ˈnaɪntɪ/ NUMBER
Ninety is the number 90.
Ninety people were hurt in the accident.
- American English: ninety
- Arabic: تِسْعِين
- Brazilian Portuguese: noventa
- Chinese: 九十
- Croatian: devedeset
- Czech: devadesát
- Danish: halvfems
- Dutch: negentig
- European Spanish: noventa
- Finnish: yhdeksänkymmentä
- French: quatre-vingt-dix
- German: neunzig
- Greek: ενενήντα
- Italian: novanta
- Japanese: 九十
- Korean: 90
- Norwegian: nitti
- Polish: dziewięćdziesiąt
- European Portuguese: noventa
- Romanian: nouăzeci
- Russian: девяносто
- Spanish: noventa
- Swedish: nittio
- Thai: เก้าสิบ
- Turkish: doksan
- Ukrainian: дев'яносто
- Vietnamese: chín mươi
Definition of ninety from the Collins English Dictionary
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