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English translation of 'Liechtenstein'



masculine noun

  1. Liechtenstein

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'Liechtenstein' in Other Languages

British English: Liechtenstein /ˈlɪktənˌstaɪn/ NOUN
Liechtenstein is a small mountainous country in central Europe on the Rhine.
  • American English: Liechtenstein
  • Arabic: لـِخْتَنشْتَايْن‏
  • Brazilian Portuguese: Principado de Liechtenstein
  • Chinese: 列支敦士登
  • Croatian: Lihtenštajn
  • Czech: Lichtenštejnsko
  • Danish: Lichtenstein
  • Dutch: Liechtenstein
  • European Spanish: Liechtenstein
  • Finnish: Liechtenstein
  • French: Liechtenstein
  • German: Liechtenstein
  • Greek: Λιχτενστάιν
  • Italian: Liechtenstein
  • Japanese: リヒテンシュタイン
  • Korean: 리히텐슈타인
  • Norwegian: Liechtenstein
  • Polish: Liechtenstein
  • European Portuguese: Liechtenstein
  • Romanian: Liechtenstein
  • Russian: Лихтенштейн
  • Latin American Spanish: Liechtenstein
  • Swedish: Liechtenstein
  • Thai: ประเทศลิคเตนสไตน์
  • Turkish: Lihtenştayn
  • Ukrainian: Ліхтенштейн
  • Vietnamese: nước Liechtenstein


Translation of Liechtenstein from the Collins Italian to English
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