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nineteen

nine·teen / nīnˈtēn; ˈnīnˌtēn/ • cardinal number one more than eighteen; nine more than ten; 19: nineteen of the interviewees had never worked. (Roman numeral: xix or XIX.) ∎  nineteen years old: she married at nineteen. DERIVATIVES: nine·teenth / nīnˈtēn[unvoicedth]; ˈnīnˌtēn[unvoicedth]/ ordinal number.

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