French translation of 'two-thirds'
two-thirdstwo thirds [ˌtuːˈθɜːʳdz]
deux tiers mpl
two thirds of sth les deux tiers de qch
by two thirds [cut, increase] de deux tiers
aux deux tiers
[majority] aux deux tiers
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Example Sentences Including 'two-thirds'
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The ground was only two-thirds full and there was little evidence of Pakistan support.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
And nearly two-thirds support Government plans for pay based on performance.The Sun (2013)
It is due to return to the synod in 2012 when it will need a two-thirds majority from the three houses.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
This can be overturned only by a two-thirds majority of US senators.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
The latter would imply a two-thirds increase in membership since the election.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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'two-thirds' in Other Languages
British English: two-thirds DETERMINER
Two-thirds of something is an amount that is two out of three equal parts of it.
Two-thirds of householders in this city live in a mortgaged home.
- American English: two-thirds
- Brazilian Portuguese: dois terços
- Chinese: 三分之二
- European Spanish: dos tercios
- French: deux tiersN
- German: zwei Drittel
- Italian: due terzi
- Japanese: 三分の二
- Korean: 3분의 2
- European Portuguese: dois terços
- Spanish: dos tercios
Translation of two-thirds from the Collins English to French Dictionary
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