Definición de Uighur en inglés:

Uighur

Saltos de línea: Ui¦ghur
Pronunciación: /ˈwiːgə
 
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(also Uigur, Uygur)

sustantivo

  • 1A member of a Turkic people of NW China, particularly the Xinjiang region, and adjoining areas.
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    • Delegates, including Tibetans, Cantonese speakers from Hong Kong and Macao, and Turkic Uighurs from Xinjiang in the remote northwest, struggle to make themselves understood in Mandarin.
    • Security officials said the men included Pakistanis, Arabs, Chechens, Uzbeks and ethnic Uighurs from China's predominantly Muslim Xinjiang province, where a separatist movement is simmering.
    • Most were Uzbeks, but there were also Afghans, Chechens, Uighurs from China and a small number of Arabs.
  • 2 [mass noun] The Turkic language of the Uighurs, which has about 7 million speakers.
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    • Khalkha Mongolian may be written in traditional Uighur or Cyrillic script.
    • The Uighur language was purged from school curricula, and thousands of Uighur writers were arrested for ‘advocating separatism’ - which often meant nothing more than writing in Uighur.
    • He has seen the boy only once in his life; when they converse by telephone, the child speaks Chinese not Uighur.

adjetivo

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  • Relating to the Uighurs or their language.
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    • The reforms of the Kazak and Uygur writing systems are examples of adoption of the Plan under political pressure against the will of the two language communities.
    • But its generous portions, authentic cuisine, value and exotic Uygur dance all ensure a special dining experience.
    • The faces and dress are Uigur, Kazahk, Tajik and Tartar.

Origen

the name in Uighur.

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