five-year

five-year

adj
happening over a period of five years
Translations

five-year

[ˈfaɪvˈjɪəʳ]
A. ADJ [period, term of office] → de cinco años
B. CPD five-year plan Nplan m quinquenal

five-year

[ˈfaɪvˈjɪəʳ] adjquinquennale
five-year plan → piano quinquennale
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