How to say 90 in Spanish: noventa

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How to say 90 in Spanish: noventa

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

To say 90 in Spanish: noventa
Say it out loud: “no vin tuh

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Some more helpful words in our Spanish Numbers category:

1 – uno  (oo no)
2 – dos  (dōs)
3 – tres  (trayce)
4 – quatro  (kwah trō)
5 – cinco  (seen koe)
6 – seis  (sayce)
7 – siete  (see eh tay)
8 – ocho  (oh chō)
9 – nueve  (noo eh vay)
10 – diez  (dee ehz)
11 – once  (ōhn say)
12 – doce  (doe say)
20 – veinte  (bayn tay)
30 – treinta  (trayn tah)
40 – cuarenta  (kwar in tuh)
50 – cincuenta  (seen kwen tuh)
60 – sesenta  (say sin tuh)
70 – setenta  (say tin tuh)
80 – ochenta  (oh chin tuh)
90 – noventa  (no vin tuh)
100 – ciento  (see in toe)
1000 – mil  (meal)

And here’s how to say 90 in other languages!

Arabic–Tes'oon  (tes hoon)
Chinese–Jiǔshí  (Jyo Shr)
Croatian–devedeset  (deh veh deh set)
Czech–devadesát  (deh vah deh saht)
Finnish–yhdeksänkymmentä  (ihh dexan kim men tah)
French–Quatre-vingts-dix  (kaytruh vahndees)
German–neunzig  (noyn tsikh)
Italian–novanta  (no vahn tah)
Japanese–Kyuu Juu  (Kyu Jew)
Korean–Gusip  (Goo Ship)
Polish–dziewięćdziesiąt  (dzyeah' vyeahn dzyeah' syont)
Portuguese–Noventa  (no ven ta)
Russian–devyanosto  (dye vya noh stah)
Spanish–noventa  (no vin tuh)
Swahili–tisini  (tee see nee)
Thai–Kao Sip  (GAO sip)
Turkish–doksan  (doke sahn)
Vietnamese–Chín Mươi  (Chin Muy)

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