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Glossary : Numbers


0zéro
1un
2deux
3trois
4quatre
5cinq
6six
7sept
8huit
9neuf
10dix
11onze
12douze
13treize
14quatorze
15quinze
16seize
17dix-sept
18dix-huit
19dix-neuf

20vingt
21vingt et un
22vingt-deux
23vingt-trois
30trente
31trente et un
32trente-deux
33trente-trois
40quarante
41quarante et un
42quarante-deux
43quarante-trois
50cinquante
51cinquante et un
52cinquante-deux
53cinquante-trois
60soixante
61soixante et un
62soixante-deux
63soixante-trois
70soixante-dix
71soixante et onze
72soixante-douze
73soixante-treize
80quatre-vingt
81quatre-vingt-un
82quatre-vingt-deux
83quatre-vingt-trois
90quatre-vingt-dix
91quatre-vingt-onze
92quatre-vingt-douze
93quatre-vingt-treize

100cent
101cent un
102cent deux
103cent trois


  • 1,000 : mille - can be shown as 1 000 or 1.000
  • 2,000 : deux mille - can be shown as 2 000 or 2.000
  • 2,500 : deux mille cinq cent - can be shown as 2 500 or 2.500
  • 10,498 : dix mille quatre cent quatre-vingt-dix-huit - can be shown as 10 498 or 10.498
  • 1,000,000 : un million - can be shown as 1 000 000 or 1.000.000

Tips

  • 1,000+ are also similar to English, but there are a few things to note
  • The separator is a period or space, rather than a comma
  • Mille does not finish with the letter S
  • When pronouncing a long number, one generally pauses after mille before pronouncing the rest of the figures. The word euro finishes with the letter S when used as a plural, but must be written in lower case.
  • Cent: centimes or cents