Basic Numbers in Portuguese

Whether you're traveling cross country, dining at a find restaurant, picking up some food at a street vendor, shopping in the local markets, going to a museum, or taking a ride on a train, having a basic understanding of Portuguese numbers is important. If you can understand what people are saying to you, paying for items, evening trying to figure out how much something costs, is difficult. Below we'll explore the basic Portuguese the numbers you need to recognize, understand and be able to pronounce in order to get along in either Portugal or Brazil. To hear a number click on any blue button. Then repeat the number out loud.
English
Portuguese
zero
0
o
zero (translation)
zeroo (transliteration)
one
1
1
um
oohm
two
2
2
dois
doy-z
three
3
3
três
treh-z
four
4
4
quatro
kwah-troh
five
5
5
cinco
seen-coh
six
6
6
seis
say-z
seven
7
7
sete
seh-chee
eight
8
8
oito
oy-too
nine
9
9
nove
noh-vee
ten
10
10
dez
deh-z
eleven
11
11
onze
ohn-zee
twelve
12
12
doze
doh-zee
thirteen
13
13
treze
treh-zee
fourteen
14
14
catorze
kwah-tour-zee
fifteen
15
15
quinze
keen-zee
sixteen
16
16
dezesseis
deh-z-ee-say-z
seventeen
17
17
dezessete
deh-z-ee-she-chee
eighteen
18
18
dezoito
deh-z-oy-too
nineteen
19
19
dezenove
deh-z-ee-noh-vee
twenty
20
20
vinte
veen-chee
thirty
30
30
trinta
treen-tah
fourty
40
40
quarenta
kwah-ren-tah
fifty
50
50
cinquenta
seen-kwen-tah
sixty
60
60
sessenta
seh-sen-tah
seventy
70
70
setenta
seh-ten-tah
eighty
80
80
oitenta
oy-ten-tah
ninety
90
90
noventa
noh-ven-tah
one hundred
100
100
cem
say-m
one thousand
1,000
1,000
mil
meew
one million
1,000,000
one million
um milhão
oom mee-lone