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Czech (tʃɛk Pronunciation for Czech

Definitions

adjective

    1. of, relating to, or characteristic of the Czech Republic, its people, or its language
    2. of, relating to, or characteristic of Bohemia and Moravia, their people, or their language
    3. (loosely) of, relating to, or characteristic of the former Czechoslovakia or its people

noun

  1. the official language of the Czech Republic, belonging to the West Slavonic branch of the Indo-European family; also spoken in Slovakia. Czech and Slovak are closely related and mutually intelligible
    1. a native or inhabitant of the Czech Republic
    2. a native or inhabitant of Bohemia or Moravia
    3. (loosely) a native, inhabitant, or citizen of the former Czechoslovakia

Word Origin

C19: from Polish, from Czech Čech

Translations for 'Czech'

  • British English: CzechPronunciation for Czech Czech means belonging or relating to the Czech Republic, or to its people, language, or culture.tʃɛk ADJECTIVE
  • Arabic: تشِيكيّPronunciation for تشِيكيّ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: checoPronunciation for checo checa
  • Chinese: 捷克的Pronunciation for 捷克的
  • Croatian: češkiPronunciation for češki češka
  • Czech: českýPronunciation for český
  • Danish: tjekkiskPronunciation for tjekkiskfra
  • Dutch: TsjechischPronunciation for Tsjechisch
  • European Spanish: checoPronunciation for checo checa
  • Finnish: tšekkiläinen Pronunciation for tšekkiläinen
  • French: tchèquePronunciation for tchèque
  • German: tschechischPronunciation for tschechisch
  • Greek: τσεχικόςPronunciation for τσεχικός τσεχική
  • Italian: cecoPronunciation for ceco ceca
  • Japanese: チェコのPronunciation for チェコの
  • Korean: 체코의Pronunciation for 체코의
  • Norwegian: tsjekkiskPronunciation for tsjekkisk
  • Polish: czeskiPronunciation for czeski czeska
  • Portuguese: checoPronunciation for checo checa
  • Romanian: ceh ceh, cehă, cehi, cehe
  • Russian: чешскийPronunciation for чешский чешская
  • Spanish: checoPronunciation for checo checa
  • Swedish: tjeckiskPronunciation for tjeckisk tjeckiskt
  • Thai: เกี่ยวกับสาธารณรัฐเช็คPronunciation for เกี่ยวกับสาธารณรัฐเช็ค
  • Turkish: ÇekPronunciation for Çek
  • Ukrainian: чеський
  • Vietnamese: thuộc SécPronunciation for thuộc Séc
  • British English: CzechPronunciation for Czech A Czech is a person who comes from the Czech Republic.tʃɛk NOUNperson
  • Arabic: تشِيكيّPronunciation for تشِيكيّperson
  • Brazilian Portuguese: checoPronunciation for checo checapessoa
  • Chinese: 捷克人Pronunciation for 捷克人
  • Croatian: ČehPronunciation for Čeh Čehinja
  • Czech: ČechPronunciation for Čech Češka
  • Danish: tjekkePronunciation for tjekke
  • Dutch: TsjechPronunciation for Tsjech
  • European Spanish: checoPronunciation for checo checa
  • Finnish: tšekkiPronunciation for tšekki
  • French: TchèquePronunciation for Tchèque
  • German: TschechePronunciation for Tscheche TschechinPerson
  • Greek: ΤσέχοςPronunciation for Τσέχος Τσέχαπρόσωπο
  • Italian: cecoPronunciation for ceco ceca
  • Japanese: チェコ人Pronunciation for チェコ人
  • Korean: 체코 사람Pronunciation for 체코 사람
  • Norwegian: tsjekkerPronunciation for tsjekker
  • Polish: CzechPronunciation for Czech Czeszka
  • Portuguese: checoPronunciation for checo checapessoa
  • Romanian: ceh cehă, cehi, cehe
  • Russian: чехPronunciation for чех чешка
  • Spanish: checoPronunciation for checo checa
  • Swedish: tjeckPronunciation for tjeck tjeckiska
  • Thai: ชาวเช็คPronunciation for ชาวเช็ค
  • Turkish: ÇekPronunciation for Çekkişi
  • Ukrainian: чех чешка
  • Vietnamese: người SécPronunciation for người Séc
  • British English: CzechPronunciation for Czech Czech is the language spoken in the Czech Republic.tʃɛk NOUNlanguage
  • Arabic: اللغة التشيكيةPronunciation for اللغة التشيكيةlanguage
  • Brazilian Portuguese: checoPronunciation for checolíngua
  • Chinese: 捷克语Pronunciation for 捷克语
  • Croatian: češkiPronunciation for češki
  • Czech: češtinaPronunciation for čeština
  • Danish: tjekkiskPronunciation for tjekkisksprog
  • Dutch: TsjechischPronunciation for Tsjechischtaal
  • European Spanish: checoPronunciation for checo
  • Finnish: tšekkiPronunciation for tšekkikieli
  • French: tchèquePronunciation for tchèque
  • German: TschechischPronunciation for TschechischSprache
  • Greek: ΤσεχικάPronunciation for Τσεχικάγλώσσα
  • Italian: cecoPronunciation for ceco
  • Japanese: チェコ語Pronunciation for チェコ語
  • Korean: 체코어Pronunciation for 체코어
  • Norwegian: tsjekkiskPronunciation for tsjekkisk
  • Polish: język czeskiPronunciation for język czeski
  • Portuguese: checoPronunciation for checolíngua
  • Romanian: cehă
  • Russian: чешский языкPronunciation for чешский язык
  • Spanish: checoPronunciation for checoidioma
  • Swedish: tjeckiskaPronunciation for tjeckiska
  • Thai: ภาษาเช็คPronunciation for ภาษาเช็ค
  • Turkish: Çek diliPronunciation for Çek dilidil
  • Ukrainian: чеська мова
  • Vietnamese: tiếng SécPronunciation for tiếng Séc

Example Sentences Including 'Czech'

And the Czech Republic was now a'real competitor ' for electronics manufacturing projects.
Glasgow Herald (2001)
Brodeur was twice runner-up to Hasek, now retired and back home in the Czech Republic.
Globe and Mail (2003)
Did she come alone, and leave you behind in Czech - in Czech - I can't say it.
Lowry, Lois Anastasia Krupnik (3-in-1)
In an attempt to bring about some order, in 1921 a special committee recommended the Czech method.
Jim Leavesley, George Biro THE MEDICAL MYSTERIES E-OMNIBUS (2001)
Lleyton Hewitt began his campaign with a three-set win over Czech Bohdan Ulihrach, winning 6-1, 2-6, 7-5.
Glasgow Herald (2001)
The cases involve a Nigerian father and the Czech parents of baby boys born in Ireland.
Irish Times (2002)
There was triumph in the air, reports of the troops ' entry into the Czech capital, martial music.
Townsend, Eileen In Love and War
You can use the Havel and the Oder to take you to the Baltic or into the heart of Poland and the Czech Republic.
Val McDermid THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
Zakir Khan and Shweta Choudhary won medals at the Meeting of Shooting Hopes contest held at Plzen in the Czech Republic.
India Today (2001)

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