- Of or relating to Latvia, its people, or its language.More example sentences
- By the 1980s, Latvian language and culture were on the verge of extinction, and some drastic measures were needed to galvanise them after independence.
- In free Latvia, state money has been used to restore cemeteries where Latvian SS soldiers are buried, and museums recording the occupation from 1940 to 1990 have been established.
- The company has already received inquiries from businesses as far away as Scotland interested in recruiting Latvian workers through the company's Riga office.
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- 1A native or citizen of Latvia, or a person of Latvian descent.More example sentences
- Before that pioneering effort the Latvian was confined to the special group of openings that attract die-hard support at the amateur level, but finds no following among top players.
- After reading your article about the Latvian Gambit, I felt well prepared for a game in our local club tournament against an opponent who has played the Latvian for more than 20 years.
- It's obvious that you've looked at this opening far more than I have, but I simply can't agree with your assessment that the Latvian is playable.
- 2The Baltic language of Latvia.More example sentences
- The new Latvian government reinstated Latvian as the official language.
- The show includes 120 displays of photographs, documents, relics and texts in four languages - English, Latvian, French and Welsh.
- Amidst the Babel-like diversity, Brother Wolfgang spoke alternately in German and in English, while others translated into Latvian, French, Italian and Dutch.
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