Definition of 'Scandinavian'
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In Common Usage. Scandinavian is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'Scandinavian'
British English: Scandinavian /ˌskændɪˈneɪvɪən/ ADJECTIVE
Scandinavian means belonging or relating to a group of northern European countries that includes Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, or to the people, languages, or culture of those countries.
The Baltic republics have called on the Scandinavian countries for help.
- American English: Scandinavian
- Arabic: اسكندينافيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: escandinavo
- Chinese: 斯堪的纳维亚的
- Croatian: skandinavski
- Czech: skandinávský
- Danish: skandinavisk
- Dutch: Scandinavisch
- European Spanish: escandinavo
- Finnish: skandinaavinen
- French: scandinave
- German: skandinavisch
- Greek: σκανδιναβικός
- Italian: scandinavo
- Japanese: スカンジナビアの
- Korean: 스칸디나비아의
- Norwegian: skandinavisk
- Polish: skandynawski
- European Portuguese: escandinavo
- Romanian: scandinav
- Russian: скандинавский
- Spanish: escandinavo
- Swedish: skandinavisk
- Thai: เกี่ยวกับดินแดนในยุโรปเหนือ
- Turkish: İskandinav
- Ukrainian: скандинавський
- Vietnamese: thuộc Scandinavia
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Definition of Scandinavian from the Collins English Dictionary
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