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eight·i·eth

 (ā′tē-ĭth)
n.
1. The ordinal number matching the number 80 in a series.
2. One of 80 equal parts.

eight′i·eth adv. & adj.
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eightieth

(ˈeɪtɪɪθ)
adj
(Mathematics) (usually prenominal)
a. being the ordinal number of eighty in numbering or counting order, position, time, etc: often written 80th
b. (as noun): the eightieth in succession.
n
1. (Mathematics)
a. one of 80 approximately equal parts of something
b. (as modifier): an eightieth part.
2. (Mathematics) the fraction equal to one divided by 80 ()
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.eightieth - position 80 in a countable series of things
rank - relative status; "his salary was determined by his rank and seniority"
Adj.1.eightieth - the ordinal number of eighty in counting ordereightieth - the ordinal number of eighty in counting order
ordinal - being or denoting a numerical order in a series; "ordinal numbers"; "held an ordinal rank of seventh"
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Translations
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firsindstyvendefirsindstyvendedel
nyolcvanadnyolcvanadik
áttugastiáttugasti hluti
osemdesiatinaosemdesiaty
osemdesetiosemdesetina
1/8080.nciseksende birsekseninci

eightieth

[ˈeɪtɪɪθ]
A. ADJoctogésimo
the eightieth anniversaryel ochenta aniversario
B. Noctogésimo/a m/f; (= fraction) → octogésima parte f, octogésimo m
see fifth for usage
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eightieth

[ˈeɪtiəθ] adjquatre-vingtième
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eightieth

adjachtzigste(r, s)
n (= fraction)Achtzigstel nt; (of series)Achtzigste(r, s) ? sixtieth
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eightieth

[ˈeɪtɪəθ]
1. adjottantesimo/a
2. n (in series) → ottantesimo/a; (fraction) → ottantesimo
for usage see fifth
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eighty

(ˈeiti) noun
1. the number or figure 80.
2. the age of 80.
adjective
1. 80 in number.
2. aged 80.
ˈeighties noun plural
1. the period of time between one's eightieth and ninetieth birthdays. He is in his eighties.
2. the range of temperatures between eighty and ninety degrees. It was in the eighties yesterday.
3. the period of time between the eightieth and ninetieth years of a century. life in the 'eighties/'80s.
ˈeightieth noun
1. one of eighty equal parts. eleven eightieths.
2. (also adjective) (the) last of eighty (people, things etc); (the) next after the seventy-ninth.
eighty-
having eighty. an eighty-page book.
ˈeighty-year-old noun
a lively eighty-year-old.
adjective
an eighty-year-old widow.
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References in classic literature ?
The General Grant passed, on the 23rd of November, the one hundred and eightieth meridian, and was at the very antipodes of London.
Whether it was that Tashtego, that wild Indian, was so heedless and reckless as to let go for a moment his one-handed hold on the great cabled tackles suspending the head; or whether the place where he stood was so treacherous and oozy; or whether the Evil One himself would have it to fall out so, without stating his particular reasons; how it was exactly, there is no telling now; but, on a sudden, as the eightieth or ninetieth bucket came suckingly up --my God!
And who among the company at Monseigneur's reception in that seventeen hundred and eightieth year of our Lord, could possibly doubt, that a system rooted in a frizzled hangman, powdered, gold-laced, pumped, and white-silk stockinged, would see the very stars out!