Definición de Breton en inglés:

Breton

Saltos de línea: Bre¦ton
Pronunciación: /ˈbrɛt(ə)n
 
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sustantivo

1A native of Brittany.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • It is said the collection of pirates included Spaniards, French, Bretons and Irish.
  • Many of the men in these advance parties were native Bretons familiar with the countryside and the people.
  • In the years after the conquest, Normans, Flemings, Bretons, and other Frenchmen also took key posts.
2 [mass noun] The Celtic language of Brittany, derived from Cornish. It has around 500,000 speakers.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Most Bretons speak both French and Breton, a Celtic language related to Welsh and Cornish.
  • It refers to a radio station in Brittany, France, that broadcasts only in Breton.
  • Largely the same can be said of another Celtic language, Breton.

adjetivo

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1Relating to Brittany or its people or language.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • She is brought coral and pearls by a young lady whose dark skin distracts from her own Breton complexion.
  • Jean-Claude, our Breton steward, is a former submariner, merchant seaman and hotelier.
  • The band draws on Balkan repertoire but adds a few Breton tunes.
2Denoting a casual striped top, typically white with narrow horizontal blue stripes, of a type loosely associated with French or Breton sailors: just pull on a classic Breton t-shirt
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The women who work in the cosmetics and fragrance hall on the first floor wear stripy Breton tops, cropped black trousers and ankle-strap heels.
  • When we meet at the show's studio in Shoreditch, Wilson is immaculately turned out in a Breton top and jeans.
  • Nautical but not preppy, a simple Breton shirt is endlessly versatile.

Origen

from Old French, 'Briton'.

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