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Belgian (ˈbɛldʒən Pronunciation for Belgian

Definitions

noun

  1. a native, citizen, or inhabitant of Belgium See also Fleming1, Walloon

adjective

  1. of, relating to, or characteristic of Belgium or the Belgians
  2. of or relating to the Walloon French or the Flemish languages

Translations for 'Belgian'

  • British English: BelgianPronunciation for Belgian Belgian means belonging or relating to Belgium or to its people....the Belgian capital, Brussels.ˈbɛldʒən ADJECTIVE
  • Arabic: بَلْجِيكِيّPronunciation for بَلْجِيكِيّ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: belgoPronunciation for belgo belga
  • Chinese: 比利时的Pronunciation for 比利时的
  • Croatian: belgijskiPronunciation for belgijski belgijska
  • Czech: belgickýPronunciation for belgický
  • Danish: belgiskPronunciation for belgisk
  • Dutch: BelgischPronunciation for Belgisch
  • European Spanish: belgaPronunciation for belga
  • Finnish: belgialainenPronunciation for belgialainenadjektiivi
  • French: belgePronunciation for belge
  • German: belgischPronunciation for belgisch
  • Greek: βελγικόςPronunciation for βελγικός βελγική
  • Italian: belgaPronunciation for belga
  • Japanese: ベルギーのPronunciation for ベルギーの
  • Korean: 벨기에의Pronunciation for 벨기에의
  • Norwegian: belgiskPronunciation for belgisk
  • Polish: belgijskiPronunciation for belgijski belgijska
  • Portuguese: belgaPronunciation for belga
  • Romanian: belgian belgian, belgiană, belgieni, belgiene
  • Russian: бельгийскийPronunciation for бельгийский бельгийская
  • Spanish: belgaPronunciation for belga
  • Swedish: belgiskPronunciation for belgisk belgiskt
  • Thai: เกี่ยวกับชาวเบลเยี่ยมPronunciation for เกี่ยวกับชาวเบลเยี่ยม
  • Turkish: BelçikaPronunciation for Belçika
  • Ukrainian: бельгійський
  • Vietnamese: thuộc nước/người BỉPronunciation for thuộc nước/người Bỉ
  • British English: BelgianPronunciation for Belgian A Belgian is a native or inhabitant of Belgium.ˈbɛldʒən NOUN
  • Arabic: بَلْجِيكِيّPronunciation for بَلْجِيكِيّ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: belgaPronunciation for belga
  • Chinese: 比利时人Pronunciation for 比利时人
  • Croatian: BelgijanacPronunciation for Belgijanac Belgijka
  • Czech: BelgičanPronunciation for Belgičan Belgičanka
  • Danish: belgierPronunciation for belgier
  • Dutch: BelgPronunciation for Belg
  • European Spanish: belgaPronunciation for belga
  • Finnish: belgialainenPronunciation for belgialainenhenkilö
  • French: BelgePronunciation for Belge
  • German: BelgierPronunciation for Belgier Belgierin
  • Greek: ΒέλγοςPronunciation for Βέλγος Βελγίδα
  • Italian: belgaPronunciation for belga
  • Japanese: ベルギー人Pronunciation for ベルギー人
  • Korean: 벨기에 사람Pronunciation for 벨기에 사람
  • Norwegian: belgierPronunciation for belgier
  • Polish: BelgPronunciation for Belg Belgijka
  • Portuguese: belgaPronunciation for belga
  • Romanian: belgian belgieni
  • Russian: бельгиецPronunciation for бельгиец бельгийка
  • Spanish: belgaPronunciation for belga
  • Swedish: belgarePronunciation for belgare
  • Thai: ชาวเบลเยี่ยมPronunciation for ชาวเบลเยี่ยม
  • Turkish: BelçikalıPronunciation for Belçikalı
  • Ukrainian: бельгієць бельгійка
  • Vietnamese: người BỉPronunciation for người Bỉ

Example Sentences Including 'Belgian'

A 1993 Belgian law gives local courts jurisdiction over violations of the Geneva Convention on war crimes, no matter where they occurred.
Glasgow Herald (2001)
A year later, Bombardier announced a deal to sell 2,500 jeeps to the Belgian military for $50-million.
Globe and Mail (2003)
And so a square mile of Belgian soil has become an annex of the East End of London.
Baxter, Stephen Anti-Ice
As bemused Belgian reporters looked on, Brown was forced to defend his corner before tonight's game had even commenced.
Glasgow Herald (2001)
Belgian authorities say they have contained the threat, and are now analysing the virus.
New Scientist (2004)
In the evenings Uncle Eric was often busy on committees: Belgian Relief or the North Riding Distress Fund.
Haines, Pamela The Golden Lion
One Belgian couple, with help from their GP, poisoned their daughter who had been born without legs.
Jim Leavesley, George Biro THE MEDICAL MYSTERIES E-OMNIBUS (2001)
The incident was first reported in the French daily Le Figaro, which said that Belgian police believe the bugs are American.
Globe and Mail (2003)
To have them placed in question by a Belgian renegade would have been unthinkable.
Ross, Melville Lohengrin

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