Definition of 'mediaeval'
Example sentences containing 'mediaeval'
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The atmosphere of the place was, the Marvells later decided, mediaeval. IN LOVE AND WARKenworthy made a rough sketch of the design in his notebook: Was this similar to the Pentangle of mediaeval magic? THE INNOCENTS AT HOME (A SUPERINTENDENT KENWORTHY NOVEL)We are in the middle of a mediaeval disputation on the subject of evil. THE INNOCENTS AT HOME (A SUPERINTENDENT KENWORTHY NOVEL)
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Translations for 'mediaeval'
British English: mediaeval /ˌmɛdɪˈiːvl/ ADJECTIVE
Mediaeval things relate to or date from the period in European history between about 500 AD and about 1500 AD.
...a mediaeval castle.
- American English: medieval
- Arabic: مُتَعَلِقٌ بِالْقُرُونِ الْوُسْطَى
- Brazilian Portuguese: medieval
- Chinese: 中世纪的
- Croatian: srednjovjekovni
- Czech: středověký
- Danish: middelalderlig
- Dutch: middeleeuws
- European Spanish: medieval
- Finnish: keskiaikainen
- French: médiéval
- German: mittelalterlich
- Greek: μεσαιωνικός
- Italian: medievale
- Japanese: 中世の
- Korean: 중세의
- Norwegian: middelaldersk
- Polish: średniowieczny
- European Portuguese: medieval
- Romanian: medieval
- Russian: средневековый
- Spanish: medieval
- Swedish: medeltida
- Thai: เกี่ยวกับยุคกลาง
- Turkish: ortaçağ
- Ukrainian: середньовічний
- Vietnamese: thuộc thời Trung cổ
Definition of mediaeval from the Collins English Dictionary
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