English version

the twenties

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe twentiesthe twenties[plural] (also the 20s, the 1920s) the years from 1920 to 1929 In the twenties the business expanded.the early/mid/late twenties The photograph was taken in the late twenties. twenty
Examples from the Corpus
the twentiesThat was in the twenties - 1927.My fear of dentists dates back to my earliest experiences in the twenties.Not much money but things were different in the twenties.The Justice Department files of the twenties and thirties bulge with letters from blacks and whites on the subject.A classic storyline set in the twenties being filmed in the nineties.The increase in living standards in the twenties was accompanied by a relatively much greater increase in consumer borrowing.Richard lived in a single-room occupancy, a holdover from the twenties, when Greenwich Village was filled with writers and artists.
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