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Slovak

eslovaco, n.

Pronunciación /ˈsloʊvɑk//ˈsloʊvæk//ˈsləʊvak/

nombre

  • 1

    (person)
    eslovaco masculino
    eslovaca femenino
    • In 1916, there were three Slovak Congregational churches and another that included both Czechs and Slovaks.
    • Despite ideological dogma, Czechs, Slovaks and Bulgarians found ways to recognise each other and discover the beauty of their countries and nations based on Slavonic origins.
    • The vast majority of Czechs, Slovaks and Slovenians will stay at home anyway, but we will also benefit from closer involvement with them.
    • The remaining 3.9 percent is made up of Germans, Slovaks, South Slavs, Gypsies, and Romanians.
    • It is settled by Serbs and other Slavs, plus large numbers of Hungarians, Romanians, Slovaks, and Ruthenians, each speaking and reading in their own tongue.
    • The empire's estimated one million inhabitants included all the western Slavs (peoples who became the Czechs, Moravians, Slovaks, and Poles).
    • Reunited after the war, the Czechs and Slovaks set national elections for the spring of 1946.
    • His ability to unite Czechs and Slovak was demonstrated by his leading role in the creation of a common Czech and Slovaks national council in 1915.
    • You just have to think of the hugely expensive wedding celebrations of the Serbs, Slovaks and Roma.
    • The Hungarians, Poles, Slovaks and Slovenians all kept a diplomatic silence, wishing Ireland well in the second attempt to allow them into the EU.
    • My ward was made up of Polish, Ukrainians, Russians, Greeks, Slovaks, Appalachians, Puerto Ricans, blacks.
    • The history of Slovak parliamentarianism stems from the struggles of Slovaks for national identity and state sovereignty.
    • The other recognized minorities are Slovaks, Croatians, Serbians, Romanians, Slovenians, Germans, Greeks, Ukrainians and Armenians.
    • They settled in urban villages near other Slavs, Poles, Jews, and Slovaks, seeking a sense of community to replace the one they had left.
    • Constituencies were redrawn to give maximum weight to Magyars and minimum influence to other nationalities such as Slovaks, Serbs, and Transylvanians.
    • Today, Czechs and Slovaks are full of praise for the American people who greatly influenced the fate of millions living in Central and Eastern Europe.
    • Northern Baptists had organized training schools for Hungarians, Slovaks, Poles, Russians, and Italians.
    • After the Austrian declaration of war on Serbia and Russia in 1914, the Czechs and Slovaks, in a struggle to establish a common republic, joined the side of the Allies.
    • These new immigrants were largely Italians, Hungarians, Jews, Serbians, Irish, and Slovaks.
    • The charter class consisted of nineteen students (Hungarians, Slovaks, Poles, and Russians) and five faculty members.
  • 2

    (language)
    eslovaco masculino
    • He was translating books, from Russian, English, French to Slovak.
    • Magyar (the language of ethnic Hungarians) and German are spoken, as are Serbian, Ukrainian, Slovak, Czech, Bulgarian, and Turkish.
    • They say masses in Polish and Slovak and Russian.
    • Even though the Czech and Slovak languages are closely related and mutually intelligible, many Czechs viewed Slovak as a caricature of Czech.
    • There are also letters in Czech, Slovak, English, German, and French that Skvorecky exchanged with other people striving to keep the Czechoslovak literary scene alive.
    • Users can now search in 21 languages, including Czech, Hungarian, Slovak, Russian, and traditional Chinese.
    • Czech and Slovak are both official languages.
    • In the nineteenth century, Ján Kollár participated in the development of a written form of Slovak that combined the western and central dialects.
    • The audio recording is presented in its original Czech/Slovak.
    • Slovak leaders who demanded the use of Slovak in county assemblies and schools (and on 10 May a federative reorganization of Hungary) had to flee to Prague to avoid arrest by the Magyar authorities.
    • In the White House budget submitted to congress in February, a proposal was made to shut down RFE broadcasts in Bulgarian, Romanian, Slovak, Croatian, Latvian, Lithuanian and Estonian.
    • There's quite a bit of classical Hebrew and English in there too, probably some Russian, Slovak and Polish as well.
    • BBC broadcasts in Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Greek, Hungarian, Kazakh, Polish, Slovak, Slovene and Thai languages will cease by March 2006.
    • Speaking in Slovak in a shaky and sometimes slurred voice, the pontiff thanked God that ‘he allowed me another apostolic trip in the name of Christ’.
    • Nevertheless, after one informant taught Tommy Mulligan enough Slovak so they could converse, he became an acceptable companion.
    • Polish is a West Slavic language, part of the Lekhite subgroup, and is similar to Czech and Slovak.
    • However, Slovak is taught in various Sunday schools for children and in universities, including the University of Pittsburgh.
    • I speak English, Romanian, Slovak, and some Hungarian, your majesty.
    • Speaking Kosovo, Macedonian, Serbian, Bosnian, Croat, Slovak, and English weren't enough, and he began immersing himself in Bulgarian and Romanian.
    • She also speaks German and Russian, and as a Czech speaker understands Slovak.