English to Samoan Meaning :: ten

Ten :
- sefulunaunautaisefulutenses

Show English Meaning

Noun(1) the cardinal number that is the sum of nine and one; the base of the decimal system(2) one of four playing cards in a deck with ten pips on the face
Adjective(1) being one more than nine

Show Examples

(1) The park is staffed for nine to ten hours a day, six days a week.(2) Most courses run for between nine and ten weeks.(3) At ten o'clock, they went back to their rooms and said good night to each other.(4) The food store had enough food in it to comfortably feed the five of them for ten years.(5) The riders are all ages, some maybe under ten years of age.(6) I could wear my size ten and twelve clothes a week after my first daughter was born.(7) I would give this book a ten .(8) You can play a red ten on a black jack.(9) Clients may choose between promotional plans for three, five and ten years.(10) It hadn't been easy to find high heels in a size ten .(11) number ten(12) the ten is missing(13) After ten o'clock in the evening there were not many people out on the streets.(14) He returned and placed a ten , a five, and three ones on the bar(15) it happened at ten in the morning(16) She began her piano studies at the age of ten .
Related Words
(1) ten thousand ::
sefulu afe
1. tenner ::
2. decade ::
tausaga e sefulu
3. decade ::
tausaga e sefulu
5. decuplet ::
1. dog ::
Different Forms
ten, tenacity, tens
English to Samoan Dictionary: ten

Meaning and definitions of ten, translation in Samoan language for ten with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of ten in Samoan and in English language.

Tags for the entry "ten"

What ten means in Samoan, ten meaning in Samoan, ten definition, examples and pronunciation of ten in Samoan language.

English to Samoan Dictionary

commonly confused words
form of verbs

Words by Category

Topic Wise Words

Learn 3000+ Common Words

Learn Common GRE Words

Learn Words Everyday

Most Searched Words

Word of the day

● Strong
malosi, mamana, mafai, maoae, , tele, mausali, fītā, malō, tuufaatasia, moni, faigatā, maʻaʻa, malolosi, leotele, faamalosi, tiotio, anagatā, tologa, tetele, mamafa, aʻasa, tausisi, mataofiofia, mālosi, ita tele, malaulau, alofa, loloto, tumau, faifai pea, le maluelue, faʻamaoni, maualuga, faamaualuga, faʻasāusili, ita, mafai ona, manino, faamaonia, faaalia, faʻatoa, sāunoa, pupula, mālōlōina, lelei, leo, vevela, māfanafana, fiafia, pele, atamamai, atamai, poto, ua tuuina, sili, mālie, e sili ona lelei, talavou, faaleai, talenia, matutua, tulai, faʻalēaloalo, lauleaga, ogaoga, suesueina, tatau, fesoasoani, poto masani, oo, televavave, vave, faasino, taʻu atu, tetee, taofia, puipui, iugafono, le naunautai
Your Favorite Words
Currently you do not have any favorite word. To make a word favorite you have to click on the heart button.