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 Translation for 'nine thousand' from English to Spanish
nueve milnine thousand
3 Words
novecientos milnine hundred thousand
5+ Words
novecientos noventa y nueve mil novecientos noventa y nueve nine hundred ninety-nine thousand nine hundred and ninety-nine
Partial Matches
nuevenine
26
setenta y nueveseventy-nine
sesenta y nuevesixty-nine
ochenta y nueveeighty-nine
cincuenta y nuevefifty-nine
cuarenta y nueveforty-nine
treinta y nuevethirty-nine
noventa y nueveninety-nine
veintinuevetwenty-nine
novecientosnine hundred
hist.
11S {m}
nine eleven <9/11>
milthousand
15
millar {m}thousand
siete milseven thousand
dos miltwo thousand
seis milsix thousand
cinco milfive thousand
cuatro milfour thousand
tres milthree thousand
ochenta mileighty thousand
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Usage Examples English
  • When Europeans first documented the nation, the Illinois had villages along the Mississippi and Illinois River and a population of about eight or nine thousand.
  • Getty was one of the most successful Canadian-born quarterbacks in the history of the Canadian Football League and sits at third on the all-time passing yardage list of Canadian quarterbacks, behind Russ Jackson and Gerry Dattilio, with nearly nine thousand yards.
  • According to Khenchen Palden Sherab, there are traditionally said to be nine thousand nine hundred and ninety-nine biographies of Padmasambhava.
  • The bamboo tower used in the famous Bun Scrambling Competition during the Cheung Chau Bun Festival on the island of Cheung Chau is constructed out of bamboo scaffolding. Nine thousand buns, representing fortune and blessing, are supported on the fourteen-meter tall bamboo tower in front of the Pak Tai Temple.
  • Many ancient sites were discovered on the shores of the gulf dated to up to nine thousand years old.

  • The First National Bank of Timblin was incorporated in July 1918 and opened its doors to customers on October 22 of that year. Nine thousand dollars was deposited on that first day.
  • As a result of having agreed to stand surety for a fellow solicitor (who then absconded), Edalji became liable for a debt of nine thousand pounds.
  • The Toros began the season on April 16, 1967, with a home 3-2 win against the New York Generals in front of a crowd of over nine thousand.
  • "Millionth" can also mean the ordinal number that comes after the nine hundred, ninety-nine thousand, nine hundred, ninety-ninth and before the million and first.
  • In 1930 the population had reached about 750 and the region had about nine thousand acres under wheat.

  • The Coquitlam River is named for the Kwikwetlem First Nations (kʷikʷəƛ̓əm) who have lived in the region for at least the last nine thousand years.
  • The region covers an area of over nine thousand square kilometres and is predominantly inhabited by the Bodo people and other indigenous communities of Assam.
  • The company grew to over nine thousand employees, with many offices in both the United States and other countries.
  • He approved marijuana for medical purposes in over nine thousand patients, not solely in terminal cases, but also alleviation of physical and emotional pain in non-terminal cases.
  • These key events occurred two, five and nine thousand years ago, separated by millennia of relative stability.

  • Over a span of forty years, Ross donated over eleven thousand items to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA) and nine thousand items to the Fogg Museum at Harvard.
  • His collection of birds grew to nine thousand and these he transferred to the British Museum in 1886.
  • Morrison also said that Davis had allowed the illegal operation of nine thousand slot machines when Davis was governor during the 1940s.
  • In size drones vary substantially: the oldest still alive (eight or nine thousand years old) tend to be around the size of humans, whereas later technology allows drones to be small enough to lie in a human's cupped palm; modern drones may be any size between these extremes according to fashion and personal preference.
  • Nine thousand insurgents marched on York, where Aske arranged for the expelled monks and nuns to return to their houses; the King's tenants were driven out and religious observance resumed.

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