English to Welsh Meaning :: twelve

deuddeg, ddeuddeg, deuddeng, ddeuddeng, neuddeg, neuddeng
Twelve :
deuddeg
- deuddegtwelves
 

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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) Well done to all three who made it to the final twelve in the nationwide event.(2) These twelve essays examine an enormous number of aspects involved in keeping the peace and resolving conflict in troubled parts of the world.(3) "Size twelve and a half, " the voice that belonged to Feet said.(4) he met twelve of the staff(5) he walked twelve miles(6) They start at 7pm and any little girl between the ages of six and twelve is welcome to join.(7) They have 10 points out of a possible twelve and are in second position.(8) it's twelve cm long(9) Suddenly the clock struck twelve and the two were broken from their trance.(10) The clock struck twelve , and several guards shooed the reporters out of the castle.(11) After all these weeks of paring it down to the final twelve, these are the twelve ?(12) children under the age of twelve(13) There are two cabins, one sleeping four, the other a small trappers cabin, measuring twelve feet by sixteen feet sleeping two people.(14) she won twelve ten(15) he's twelve years old(16) twelve of them are qualified
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Noun
1. dozen ::
dwsin
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2. dozen ::
dwsin
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twelve, twelves
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