English version

umpteen

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishumpteenump‧teen /ˌʌmpˈtiːn◂/ det informal  LOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNTvery many – used especially when you are annoyed there are so many There seemed to be umpteen rules and regulations to learn. She’d called the apartment umpteen times, but never got an answer.umpteenth adjective They're screening "The Wizard of Oz" again for the umpteenth time.
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