centiens

LatinEdit

Latin numbers (edit)
1000[a], [b]
C
100
10
    Cardinal: centum
    Ordinal: centēsimus
    Adverbial: centiēs, centiēns
    Multiplier: centūplus, centuplex, centumgeminus
    Distributive: centēnī
    Fractional: centēsimus

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EtymologyEdit

centum +‎ -iēns

AdverbEdit

centiēns (not comparable)

  1. a hundred times

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LatvianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From cen(sties) (to strive for) +‎ -iens.

PronunciationEdit

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NounEdit

centiens m (1st declension)

  1. (usually plural) efforts, aspirations (desires or actions taken towards a certain goal)
    drosmīgi centienicourageous efforts
    progresīvi centieniprogressive efforts, aspirations
    tautu brīvības centienithe people's efforts, aspiration for freedom
    jaunatnes izglītības centieniyoung people's efforts, aspiration for education
    nepiepildīti centieniunfulfilled efforts, aspirations
    viņa pirmais stāstu kopojums rāda, ka mums darīšana ar neapšaubāmi apdāvinātu prozaiķi, kas negrib atkārtoties, bet pateikt kaut ko savu... lai viņa literārie centieni piepildās!his first short story collection shows that we are dealing with an undoubtably gifted prose writer who does not want to repeat, but rather to say something of his own... may his literary efforts, aspirations be fulfilled!

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