- lima sefulutaitoalimagafulu
Noun(1) the cardinal number that is the product of ten and five(2) a United States bill worth 50 dollars
Adjective(1) being ten more than forty
(1) The dread didn't sink in until I realised I was probably the youngest person in the theatre, with the mean age being about fifty .(2) Ash yelled, his wings buzzing at fifty miles an hour.(3) in year fifty(4) It's an examination of Roosevelt's years after he left the presidency at the age of fifty .(5) divide the result by fifty(6) They also have extremely powerful hind legs, and can charge at up to fifty miles/hour.(7) Jason surpassed the speed limit in the city by fifty miles with Steven in the back seat holding me.(8) this is day fifty of the protest(9) This car was certainly not travelling at fifty miles per hour!(10) A drunk driver ran a red light and hit their car traveling twenty kilometers over the fifty kilometer speed limit.(11) he's fifty years old(12) it weighs fifty kilograms(13) The over forty age category last year included three women aged fifty or over, compared to just one birth in this age group in 1999.(14) People over the age of fifty have the highest risk of severe disease.(15) contestant number fifty(16) She was relieved to see Michael entering the room with another man, who looked about fifty years of age, following close behind.
(1) fifty five :: limasefulu lima
Different Formsfifties, fifty
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