Spanish translation of 'November'
noviembre mSee July
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Example Sentences Including 'November'
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January looked exactly like June and August was the same as November.BLACKWATER SOUND (2002)
The beginning of November was even better, the boldness of the East Germans was building.THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
They drilled in November, bad weather according to the reports.CORMORANT (2002)
Trends of 'November'
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'November' in Other Languages
British English: November /nəʊˈvɛmbə/ NOUN
November is the eleventh month of the year in the Western calendar.
- American English: November
- Arabic: نُوفِمْبَر
- Brazilian Portuguese: novembro
- Chinese: 十一月
- Croatian: studeni
- Czech: listopad
- Danish: november
- Dutch: november
- European Spanish: noviembre
- Finnish: marraskuu
- French: novembre
- German: November
- Greek: Νοέμβριος
- Italian: novembre
- Japanese: 十一月
- Korean: 11월
- Norwegian: november
- Polish: listopad
- European Portuguese: novembro
- Romanian: noiembrie
- Russian: ноябрь
- Spanish: noviembre
- Swedish: november
- Thai: เดือนพฤศจิกายน
- Turkish: Kasım ay
- Ukrainian: листопад
- Vietnamese: tháng Mười Một
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