How to say 80 in Italian: ottanta

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How to say 80 in Italian: ottanta

Learning Italian for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say 80 in Italian: ottanta
Say it out loud: “oh tahn tah

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Some more helpful words in our Italian Numbers category:

1 – uno  (oo no)
2 – due  (doo way)
3 – tre  (tray)
4 – quattro  (kwah troh)
5 – cinque  (cheen kway)
6 – sei  (say)
7 – sette  (set tay)
8 – otto  (oh toe)
9 – nove  (no vay)
10 – dieci  (dee yay chee)
11 – undici  (oon dee chee)
12 – dodici  (doh dee chee)
20 – venti  (ven tee)
30 – trenta  (train tah)
40 – quaranta  (kwah rahn tah)
50 – cinquanta  (cheen kwahn tah)
60 – sessanta  (say sahn tah)
70 – settanta  (seh tahn tah)
80 – ottanta  (oh tahn tah)
90 – novanta  (no vahn tah)
100 – cento  (chen toe)
1000 – mille  (meel lay)

And here’s how to say 80 in other languages!

Arabic–Thamanoon  (tha ma noon)
Chinese–Bāshí  (Ba Shr)
Croatian–osamdeset  (oh sahm deh set)
Czech–osmdesát  (oo soom deh saht)
Finnish–kahdeksankymmentä  (kahh dex ahn kim men tah)
French–Quatre-vingts  (kay truh vahn)
German–achtzig  (ahkh tsikh)
Italian–ottanta  (oh tahn tah)
Japanese–Hachi Juu  (Hah Chee Jew)
Korean–Palsip  (Pal Ship)
Polish–osiemdziesiąt  (o' syem dzyeah' syont)
Portuguese–Oitenta  (oy ten tah)
Russian–vosem'desyat  (voh syem dye syat)
Spanish–ochenta  (oh chin tuh)
Swahili–themanini  (thay ma nee nee)
Thai–Paet Sip  (bed sip)
Turkish–seksen  (sek sahn)
Vietnamese–Tám Mươi  (Tahm Mui)

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