English to Welsh Meaning :: dozen

Dozen :
dwsin
- dwsindwsinaudozenth
 

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Noun(1) the cardinal number that is the sum of eleven and one
Adjective(1) denoting a quantity consisting of 12 items or units

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(1) Eventually the claims were whittled down to around a dozen which had some credibility.(2) Long queues at the checkouts at midnight, and not much more than a dozen spaces left in the car park.(3) However, my embassy knows of a dozen recent examples where the opposite has been true.(4) I ploughed through the list of courses and picked out about a dozen that appealed.(5) a dozen bottles of sherry(6) It's Friday evening and so there are a dozen of us trying to catch the barman's eye in the George.(7) A dozen or so sat on their reflections on the smooth steel grey water of the loch.(8) With a dozen or so games left to play in the league, the season could easily tail off between now and May.(9) The first golfer said that he sent his wife a dozen red roses and fixed a gourmet dinner for two.(10) Place the fish in a large saucepan with the milk and a dozen or so peppercorns.(11) There were around a dozen of us that turned up, from a variety of backgrounds and with a variety of ages.(12) Unfortunately it was getting dark but in the time available to them they caught a dozen or so fish.(13) Over time the faded memories of the dozen or so participants will go with them to grave.(14) You eat at one of only a dozen or so tables by the swimming pool in a flower-filled courtyard.(15) This contest is primarily a war of turnout in a dozen or so battleground states.(16) For every published writer out there there are at least a dozen unpublished who could be.
Related Words
(1) half a dozen ::
hanner dwsin
Synonyms
Noun
1. twelve ::
deuddeg
Adjective
2. twelve ::
deuddeg
Antonyms
1. ace ::
ace
2. bit ::
bit
3. dab ::
lleden
4. dram ::
dram
5. driblet ::
driblet
6. glimmer ::
llygedyn
7. hint ::
awgrym
8. lick ::
llyfu
9. little ::
ychydig
10. mite ::
gwiddonyn
11. nip ::
nip
12. ounce ::
owns
13. pinch ::
pinsied
14. pittance ::
gyflog bychan
15. scruple ::
scruple
16. shade ::
cysgod
Different Forms
dozen, dozens, dozenth
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The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

Now, I reckoned you\'d die a dozen more times
over the next few days, but you didn\'t.

Now, I reckoned you'd die a DOZEN more times over the next few days, but you didn't.

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 7


but I killed a dozen
of Robert\'s friends during his rebellion.

but I killed a DOZEN of Robert's friends during his rebellion.

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 5


They say every ironborn man
is worth a dozen from the mainland.

They say every ironborn man is worth a DOZEN from the mainland.

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 10


lt can\'t be, l don\'t know,
Tyrus or any of the couple
dozen muscle-heads

lt can't be, l don't know, Tyrus or any of the couple DOZEN muscle-heads

Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 6


Half a dozen men? Your best hunters?

Half a DOZEN men? Your best hunters?

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 2


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