How do I read "more than 2,3 hundred of clients"?
two comma three hundred of clients?
Out of context, the question is a bit unclear. I think that you are trying to indicate an estimated number of clients - somewhere between 200 & 300, right? If so, there is no comma. Use the word "or" instead. Depending on the context, the word "of" is a problem as well. Off the top of my head, I cannot think of a sentence which uses "of clients" appropriately.
She had two or three hundred clients on her list.
We estimate that two or three hundred of the company's clients were dissatisfied.
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