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Czech  (tʃɛk

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: Czech Czech means belonging or relating to the Czech Republic, or to its people, language, or culture.tʃɛk ADJECTIVE
  • Arabic: تشِيكيّ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: checo checa
  • Chinese: 捷克的
  • Croatian: češki češka
  • Czech: český
  • Danish: tjekkiskfra
  • Dutch: Tsjechisch
  • European Spanish: checo checa
  • Finnish: tšekkiläinen
  • French: tchèque
  • German: tschechisch
  • Greek: τσεχικός τσεχική
  • Italian: ceco ceca
  • Japanese: チェコの
  • Korean: 체코의
  • Norwegian: tsjekkisk
  • Polish: czeski czeska
  • Portuguese: checo checa
  • Romanian: ceh ceh, cehă, cehi, cehe
  • Russian: чешский чешская
  • Spanish: checo checa
  • Swedish: tjeckisk tjeckiskt
  • Thai: เกี่ยวกับสาธารณรัฐเช็ค
  • Turkish: Çek
  • Ukrainian: чеський
  • Vietnamese: thuộc Séc
  • British English: Czech A Czech is a person who comes from the Czech Republic.tʃɛk NOUNperson
  • Arabic: تشِيكيّperson
  • Brazilian Portuguese: checo checapessoa
  • Chinese: 捷克人
  • Croatian: Čeh Čehinja
  • Czech: Čech Češka
  • Danish: tjekke
  • Dutch: Tsjech
  • European Spanish: checo checa
  • Finnish: tšekki
  • French: Tchèque
  • German: Tscheche TschechinPerson
  • Greek: Τσέχος Τσέχαπρόσωπο
  • Italian: ceco ceca
  • Japanese: チェコ人
  • Korean: 체코 사람
  • Norwegian: tsjekker
  • Polish: Czech Czeszka
  • Portuguese: checo checapessoa
  • Romanian: ceh cehă, cehi, cehe
  • Russian: чех чешка
  • Spanish: checo checa
  • Swedish: tjeck tjeckiska
  • Thai: ชาวเช็ค
  • Turkish: Çekkişi
  • Ukrainian: чех чешка
  • Vietnamese: người Séc
  • British English: Czech Czech is the language spoken in the Czech Republic.tʃɛk NOUNlanguage
  • Arabic: اللغة التشيكيةlanguage
  • Brazilian Portuguese: checolíngua
  • Chinese: 捷克语
  • Croatian: češki
  • Czech: čeština
  • Danish: tjekkisksprog
  • Dutch: Tsjechischtaal
  • European Spanish: checo
  • Finnish: tšekkikieli
  • French: tchèque
  • German: TschechischSprache
  • Greek: Τσεχικάγλώσσα
  • Italian: ceco
  • Japanese: チェコ語
  • Korean: 체코어
  • Norwegian: tsjekkisk
  • Polish: język czeski
  • Portuguese: checolíngua
  • Romanian: cehă
  • Russian: чешский язык
  • Spanish: checoidioma
  • Swedish: tjeckiska
  • Thai: ภาษาเช็ค
  • Turkish: Çek dilidil
  • Ukrainian: чеська мова
  • Vietnamese: tiếng Séc

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