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Celt
American English: /kɛlt/
, /sɛlt/
British English: /kɛlt/
, /sɛlt/

Translation of Celt in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • The Urnfield cultures were a group of central European Bronze Age cultures associated with the Celts.
    • Similarly, the racial character of the Neolithic and Bronze Age inhabitants of England is uncertain, although we do know that by the Roman era many were Celts.
    • These are typical of the deep belief of both Celts and Romans that every place had its own deity.

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