Definition of 'polyglot'
Example sentences containing 'polyglot'
They had spent three interminable days in Barcelona, a polyglot crew united by no more than a vague common belief in democracy.THE WHITE DOVE (1991)
Hajek, the polyglot Central European co-ordinating producer, had brought in locals for the crowd scenes, some with minor speaking parts.PASSION IN THE PEAK (1991)
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