n. the cardinal number that is the sum of sixteen and one
adj. being one more than sixteen
1. At seventeen, Daniele was told to leave home by her father.
2. The collection has been built up over the last seventeen years.
3. City's principal marksman was Joe Harvey who scored seventeen goals.
4. Seventeen thousand Indians live in Arizona on a reservation.
5. The role is played by seventeen-year-old Briton Jane March.
6. Seventeen publishers rejected the manuscript before Jenks saw its potential.
7. Seventeen people were killed when security forces fired on demonstrators.
8. Nora thought he was seventeen years old.
9. At the tender age of seventeen I left home.
10. He was only seventeen when he joined the army.
11. Seventeen congressmen were absent at the Congressional roll call.
12. What's seventeen plus nine?
17加9等于 多少 ?
13. I'd jumped seventeen feet six in the long jump, which was a school record.
14. Seventeen civilians were hurt. Most are students who had been attending a twenty-first birthday party.
15. A seventeen-year-old tourist died late last night of injuries sustained in yesterday'sbomb blast.
She had seventeen children and two of them died.
'I don’t like hiding, ' she told Seventeen magazine.
Seventeen years ago, at the Earth summit in Rio de Janeiro, their predecessors signed the UNclimate change convention that promised to prevent "dangerous climate change".
Whenever either of us spills something, even now, seventeen years later, she says, "Remember the day I spilled the chocolate milk?
Generally speaking, dissonant intervals have ratios such as nine to eight for the whole step orseventeen to sixteen for the half step.
And whether we cop to it or not, we've let media images define us since we were old enough toflip the pages of Seventeen magazine.
By that time, the Astra will have been flying through space for seventeen hours and will havecircled the earth a great many times.
In high school, he`s what, seventeen?
He hated Wellington with a downright hatred which pleased the multitude; and, for seventeenyears, he majestically preserved the sadness of Waterloo, paying hardly any attention tointervening events.
A boy of six eleven, he had just turned seventeen when the coach took him in the provincialeleven.