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Greek US English

A native or inhabitant of modern Greece, or a person of Greek descent

Greek god US English

An extremely handsome man

Greek key US English

A pattern of interlocking right-angled spirals

Greek cross US English

A cross of which all four arms are of equal length

Greek fire US English

A combustible compound emitted by a flame-throwing weapon and used to set light to enemy ships. It was first used by the Greeks besieged in Constantinople (673–78). It ignited on contact with water, and was probably based on naphtha and quicklime

Greek salad US English

A salad consisting of tomatoes, olives, and feta cheese

Greek coffee US English

Very strong black coffee served with the fine grounds in it

Greek revival US English

A neoclassical style of architecture inspired by and incorporating features of Greek temples from the 5th century bc, popular in the US and Europe in the first half of the 19th century

Greek Catholic US English

A member of the Eastern Orthodox Church

it's Greek to me US English

I can’t understand it at all

Greek Orthodox Church US English

The Eastern Orthodox Church, which uses the Byzantine rite in Greek, in particular the national Church of Greece

it's Greek to me in Greek US English

I can’t understand it at all

Greek Church in Greek Orthodox Church US English

The Eastern Orthodox Church, which uses the Byzantine rite in Greek, in particular the national Church of Greece

it's all Greek to me in Greek US English

I can’t understand it at all

Greek English-Spanish

griego

Greek in Grecian New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

use Greek with ref. to ancient architecture and artefacts

Greek-Cypriot English-Spanish

grecochipriota


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