Translation of tenth in Spanish:

tenth

décimo, adj.

Pronunciation /tɛnθ//tɛnθ/

adjective

  • 1

    décimo
    see also fifth
    • On this tenth anniversary, we owe it to them to remember.
    • In 1955, Delaware County ranked tenth in the nation for milk production on more than 2,000 farms.
    • She would be tenth of twenty acts to perform that night.
    • In the tenth century, small numbers of Irish and Scots settled on Iceland, bringing Christianity with them.
    • But archaeologists found a Saxon upright loom weight dating back to the eighth and tenth centuries.
    • England in the ninth and tenth centuries was a rich, prosperous, fertile land - and almost entirely unprotected.
    • Colombia ranks between fifth and tenth annually as a foreign oil supplier to the US.
    • The date was August tenth, and Liz and Colin would be married in two days.
    • I love that he held a party to celebrate his tenth anniversary of being with Nigella.
    • At the tented encampment, visitors were able to chat to Viking families as they cooked using authentic tenth century ingredients.
    • The council is the lowest spending unitary council per head of population and had the tenth lowest council tax in the United Kingdom.
    • Sridhara is now believed to have lived in the ninth and tenth centuries.
    • The album comes with a bonus CD featuring a video of the title track plus footage from the duo's tenth anniversary concert at London's Royal Albert Hall.
    • I was tenth in the class at the beginning of the school year.
    • Hundreds of green-draped coffins were ready for burial today, marking this tenth anniversary of the genocide.
    • We didn't go out on Saturday for our tenth wedding anniversary as Josie was still really sick.
    • Coming up, we will have more looks back and looks ahead here from Los Angeles on this tenth anniversary of the riots.
    • Our democracy's tenth anniversary will coincide with an election year.
    • It was party time as the airport marked the tenth anniversary of the opening of the new terminal - and there was plenty for those present to celebrate.
    • Next year will be the tenth anniversary of Jack's passing but, in part because of folks like the ones on the panel, it feels like he's still around.

adverb

  • 1

    (in position, time, order)
    en décimo lugar
    see also fifth

noun

  • 1

    Mathematics
    décimo masculine
  • 2

    (part)
    décima parte feminine
    nine tenths of the population is / are against it el 90% de la población está en contra