How to say 1000 in Croatian: tisuća

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How to say 1000 in Croatian: tisuća

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To say 1000 in Croatian: tisuća
Say it out loud: “tee sue cha

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Some more helpful words in our Croatian Numbers category:

1 – jedan  (yay dahn)
2 – dva  (dvah)
3 – tri  (tree)
4 – četiri  (cheh' tih ree)
5 – pet  (pet)
6 – šest  (shest)
7 – sedam  (seh dahm)
8 – osam  (oh sahm)
9 – devet  (deh vet)
10 – deset  (deh set)
11 – jedanaest  (yay dahn est)
12 – dvanaest  (dvah nah est)
20 – dvadeset  (dvah deh set)
30 – trideset  (tree deh set)
40 – četrdeset  (shet ur deh set)
50 – pedeset  (peh deh set)
60 – šezdeset  (shez deh set)
70 – sedamdeset  (seh dahm deh set)
80 – osamdeset  (oh sahm deh set)
90 – devedeset  (deh veh deh set)
100 – sto  (stoh)
1000 – tisuća  (tee sue cha)

And here’s how to say 1000 in other languages!

Arabic–Alf  (alf)
Chinese–Yī Qiān  (Ee Chyen)
Croatian–tisuća  (tee sue cha)
Czech–jeden tisíc  (yeh den teh seets)
Finnish–tuhat  (to hut)
French–Mille  (meel)
German–ein tausend  (ine tow zuhnt)
Italian–mille  (meel lay)
Japanese–Sen  (Cenh)
Korean–Cheon  (Chun)
Polish–tysiąc  (tee' syontz)
Portuguese–Mil  (mee-oo)
Russian–tysyacha  (ty sya chah)
Spanish–mil  (meal)
Swahili–elfu moja  (el foo mo jah)
Thai–Nueng Phan  (noong pan)
Turkish–bin  (bin)
Vietnamese–Một Ngàn  (Mote Ngan)

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