- 1Of or relating to Switzerland or its people.More example sentences
- Raised in Pennsylvania, he spent the summers in Switzerland with his Swiss architect father.
- In 2001 Switzerland imported Bulgarian goods worth some 60 million Swiss francs.
- Each household has its own favourite recipe, some containing Swiss cheeses that you're unlikely to see outside Switzerland.
- 1.1 (as plural noun the Swiss) The people of Switzerland.More example sentences
- We Brits pay, just as do the Swiss, the Germans and the French.
- Swiss history is unique in Europe since the Swiss never had a monarchy.
- That experience taught him how hard it will be to sell our expertise to the Swiss and Germans.
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- A native or inhabitant of Switzerland, or a person of Swiss descent.More example sentences
- The missing are thought to include a Briton, a Swiss, a German, five Thais, two Americans, two Australians and three others.
- The firm was established four years ago by a multi-ethnic trio - a Swiss, a Dane and a Thai.
- A painting may not resonate with a Maori as with a German; a song in Chinese means nothing to a Swiss.
early 16th century: from French Suisse, from Middle High German Swīz 'Switzerland'.
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