Traducción de Nordic en Español:


nórdico, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈnɔːdɪk//ˈnɔrdɪk/


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    • Furthermore, the similarities between the Nordic countries make Sweden and Finland reasonable countries to compare to Norway.
    • Compared with other Nordic countries, Finland has very low rates for theft and narcotics offenses but an above average rate for assault.
    • Finland is coming out from the shadows of its Nordic neighbours, Norway and Sweden, and is creating an innovative and hi-tech image for itself.
    • Swap, a quirky fusion group, blend the very best of Nordic and Celtic music.
    • The five Nordic countries of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden together constitute Scandinavia.
    • Outside the black plastic tunnels the sun is bright, and the breeze is bracing and Nordic.
    • Not surprisingly, the Nordic region's vast forestlands form the backdrop for much environmental history writing.
    • Despite the effects of the environment, contemporary folk art is considerably more widespread and visible in Finland than, for example, other Nordic countries.
    • Growth has been especially strong in the UK and the Nordic region.
    • The works were produced by fifty young Scandinavian designers, and represent the cutting edge in Nordic aesthetics.
    • During a period of two years, we have had six different board games published in the Nordic region and won a Game of the Year Award.
    • I suppose it only makes sense that all the coolest electro-pop has been coming from our Nordic neighbours in Scandinavia.
    • The Nordic party systems all display a nonsocialist side, split between agrarian, liberal, conservative, and Christian populist parties.
    • Iceland isn't the only place to revel in Nordic madness.
    • For several years he studied Indian music and a special quality of his music is the incorporation of both Nordic themes and East Indian rhythms.
    • This annual celebration of all things Nordic will run until Sunday, February 23, and features a vast programme of events across the city.
    • This deal is its most significant move outside of the Nordic region.
    • Denmark is geographically the southernmost of the Nordic nations, which also include Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden.
    • The Nordic working culture is of highly educated staff, of staff councils and youth programmes, of appointing women into senior positions and of long-term planning.
    • A fifth Nordic country, Iceland, is not included.