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Have I understood this correctly?

четырнадцать часов однa минут

четырнадцать часов две минуты

четырнадцать часов три минуты

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четырнадцать часов пять минут

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    одна минута, the rest is fine. It's also worth mentioning ноль минут, but I don't think you encounter that in colloquial speech. – UVV Oct 20 '15 at 8:45
  • Keep in mind that any number ending on "один/одна/одно" (when spoken) requires the noun to be in singular nominative. So, 14:31 would be "четырнадцать часов тридцать одна минута". – Victor Bazarov Oct 20 '15 at 19:52
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As it was mentioned in comments, the only mistake is "одна минут". The correct phrase is: четырнадцать часов однa минута

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  • 1 минута
  • 2,3,4 минуты
  • 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 минут
  • 11-19 минут
  • numbers ending with 0 (zero): 0, 10, 20... минут
  • Others depend on the last digit according to first 3 rules (21 минута, 32 минуты, 45 минут)
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    В списке отутствует "10 минут" – Vitaly Oct 26 '15 at 18:45

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