Translation of threescore in Spanish:

threescore

sesenta, n.

Pronunciation: /θriːˈskɔː//ˌθriˈskɔr/

noun

archaic

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    sesenta masculine
    • Her hair was as grey as someone of threescore and ten years old and cropped short.
    • Now the weight of gold that came to Solomon in one year was six hundred threescore and six talents of gold.
    • The Bible tells us that ‘the days of our years are threescore and ten’ or, ‘by reason of strength,’ sometimes fourscore.
    • Having posed a similar problem in Tristram Shandy, Sterne rudely knocks it down by informing the reader that ‘Obadiah had not got above threescore yards from the stable-yard before he met with Dr Slop’.
    • There has been peace in the land for a threescore years at least; what could possibly happen now?

adjective

archaic

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    sesenta