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Slovakia

Saltos de línea: Slo|vakia
Pronunciación: /sləˈvakɪə
 
, -ˈvɑːkɪə/

Definición de Slovakia en inglés:

A country in central Europe; population 5,463,000 (est. 2009); official language, Slovak; capital, Bratislava.

Slovakia was dominated by Hungary until it declared independence in 1918 and united with the Czech-speaking areas of Bohemia and Moravia to form Czechoslovakia. The eastern of the two constituent republics of Czechoslovakia, Slovakia became independent on the partition of that country on 1 January 1993

Derivados

Slovakian

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adjetivo& sustantivo
Example sentences
  • There's a tented village of Slovakians living on that small patch of wasteland behind your local shops.
  • American enlisted sat next to Polish officers, Korean NCOs and Australians sat together, Mongolians and Slovakians were together, as well as Albanians and Macedonians.
  • The Slovakians ' ability to pass the ball around a pitch that was hardly conducive to an expansive approach embarrassed the ham-fisted attempts of Eriksson's men to mimic their hosts' fluency and rhythm.

Words that rhyme with Slovakia

Czechoslovakia

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