French translation of 'Dominican Republic'
the Dominican Republic la République dominicaine
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British English: Dominican Republic /dəˈmɪnɪkən rɪˈpʌblɪk/ NOUN
The Dominican Republic is a republic in the Caribbean, on the eastern side of the island of Hispaniola.
- American English: Dominican Republic
- Arabic: جُمْهُورِيَّة الدومنيكان
- Brazilian Portuguese: República Dominicana
- Chinese: 多米尼加共和国
- Croatian: Dominikanska Republika
- Czech: Dominikánská republika
- Danish: Den Dominikanske Republik
- Dutch: Dominicaanse Republiek
- European Spanish: República Dominicana
- Finnish: Dominikaaninen tasavalta
- French: République dominicaine
- German: Dominikanische Republik
- Greek: Δομινικανή Δημοκρατία
- Italian: Repubblica Dominicana
- Japanese: ドミニカ共和国
- Korean: 도미니카 공화국
- Norwegian: Den dominikanske republikk
- Polish: Republika Dominikańska
- European Portuguese: República Dominicana
- Romanian: Republica Domnicană
- Russian: Доминиканская республика
- Spanish: República Dominicana
- Swedish: Dominikanska republiken
- Thai: ประเทศโดมินิกันรีพับลิค
- Turkish: Dominik Cumhuriyeti
- Ukrainian: Домініканська Республіка
- Vietnamese: nước Cộng hòa Dominica
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