Hay 2 definiciones de Newfoundland en inglés:

Newfoundland1

Saltos de línea: New|found|land
Pronunciación: /ˌnjuːfəndˈland, ˈnjuːfən(d)lənd
 
, -land, -ˈfaʊndlənd/
  • A large island off the east coast of Canada, at the mouth of the St Lawrence River. In 1949 it was united with Labrador (as Newfoundland and Labrador) to form a province of Canada.

Derivativos

Newfoundlander

Pronunciación: /ˈnjuːfəndˌləndə, -ˌlandə, njuːˈfaʊndˌləndə/
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Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Carrey says he chose to play it that way because ‘There's a whole group of people who have not been recognized and that's Newfoundlanders… they're such interesting characters.’
  • Many Canadians and Newfoundlanders served with us on the rescue tugs and we are looking forward to meeting old shipmates.
  • The provincially appointed commission assessed how Newfoundlanders view their place in Canada, and suggested ways Canada can improve relations with its easternmost province.

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Pronunciación: grəʊˈtɛskəri
noun
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Hay 2 definiciones de Newfoundland en inglés:

Newfoundland2

Saltos de línea: New|found|land
Pronunciación: /ˈnjuːf(ə)n(d)lənd
 
, -ˈfaʊndlənd/
(also Newfoundland dog)

sustantivo

  • A dog of a very large breed with a thick coarse coat.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • While there are no official numbers on how many Newfoundlands are certified in water search-and-recovery, Gundersen estimates there are less than 50 throughout the United States.
    • Swimming pools used Newfoundlands as lifeguards.
    • This has been the case with three of the Newfoundlands I've adopted, who've been wonderful, healthy pets.

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