Definition of Slovakia in English:

Slovakia

Syllabification: Slo·va·ki·a
Pronunciation: /slōˈväkēə
 
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A country in central Europe; population 5,463,000 (est. 2009); capital, Bratislava; languages, Slovak (official) and Hungarian.

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 January 1, 1993. It joined NATO and the EU in 2004

Derivatives

Slovakian

adjective & noun
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  • 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.

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