Definición de Slav en inglés:

Slav

Saltos de línea: Slav
Pronunciación: /slɑːv
 
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sustantivo

A member of a group of peoples in central and eastern Europe speaking Slavic languages.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Greeks, Italians, Slavs, Turks and Russians all composed their own versions; they cannot possibly be reconciled.
  • More headway was made among the Slavs of central Europe, aided by the relative ease of access and the penumbra of Carolingian power.
  • The Russians are primarily eastern Slavs, but many also have a Finnish, Siberian, Turkish, or Baltic heritage.

adjetivo

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another term for Slavic.
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  • The last three weeks have seen its fragile ethnic balance shaken, highlighting differences between the country's three-quarter Slav majority and its substantial Albanian minority.
  • Albanian guerrillas with backing from Kosovo began operating in Macedonia earlier this year, bringing the majority Orthodox Slav country to the brink of civil war.
  • They were forced to adopt Slav names and their religious and cultural rights were changed and this process became known as the Revival Process.

Origen

from medieval Latin Sclavus, late Greek Sklabos, later also from medieval Latin Slavus.

Derivativos

Slavist

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Professor Donskov is a leading Canadian Slavist in Russian literature and a world-renowned Tolstoy expert.
  • She falls in love with him, moves in, and abandons him for a more serious scholar, a Swedish Slavist.

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