Traducción de Tibetan en Español:

Tibetan

tibetano, adj.

Pronunciación /təˈbɛtn//tɪˈbɛt(ə)n/

adjetivo

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    tibetano

nombre

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    (person)
    tibetano masculino
    tibetana femenino
    • From this time, the Tibetans evolved a distinct but simple civilization founded on the idea of the interdependence of man and nature.
    • Although some scholars doubt the historicity of this debate, it epitomizes the rejection of Chinese forms of Buddhism by the Tibetans.
    • The film highlights the identity crisis of young Tibetans, their aspirations and their love for their nation.
    • Such Indian hospitality, however modest, has greatly helped the Tibetans.
    • At current rates of inward migration, native Tibetans will soon become a minority.
    • He is one of a small group of elite Tibetans who joined the Communist Party early and have been carefully groomed for power.
    • Thousands of local Qinghai Mongolians and Tibetans were mobilized to participate in the task.
    • And of course the yak is as indispensable to the Ladakhis as it is to the Tibetans.
    • The nonchalant attitudes of these cadres and disrespect toward the Tibetans and their religion has been highly damaging.
    • It tells the story of a traditional trek across the Himalayas by Tibetans, looking to trade salt for grain.
    • Minorities most often cited are Tibetans and Uygurs, a Muslim group from northwestern China.
    • The Tibetans produced a dog slightly modified from the Chinese dog of a similar ancestry which was the Lhasa Apso.
    • From the beginning of the ninth century AD, the region was settled by Tibetans migrating south.
    • The Tibetans will continue to infuse American science with a Buddhist component.
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    (language)
    tibetano masculino
    • The language of the Sherpas, called Sherpa or Sherpali, is a dialect of Tibetan, although it has borrowed heavily from neighboring languages.
    • Important documents are translated into major minority tongues and four of them - Tibetan, Mongolian, Uighur and Zhuang - appear on Chinese bank notes.
    • Tibetan communities made efforts to teach more subject courses in Tibetan in primary and secondary schools.
    • He speaks and reads Chinese and Tibetan and knows more about the fantastical, complex history of the various forms of Himalayan Buddhism than anyone I've ever met.
    • I like to speak in Tibetan, but prefer to write in English, I like to sing in Hindi but my tune and accent are all wrong.
    • The second was a lady who taught others to speak Tibetan.
    • The official language of Bhutan is Dzongkha, a dialect of Tibetan.
    • Most of the words in the texts are literary Tibetan, which many of them don't know.
    • Suddenly, one of his entourage - dormant until now - leaps up and speaks quickly to the Dalai Lama in Tibetan.
    • In fact, the revised version was so popular that it was translated into Tibetan, Arabic, English and many other Indian languages.
    • The name translates from Tibetan as ‘five treasures of the great snow’, relating to the mountain's quintet of perilous peaks.
    • Nepali is the official language, but Rai and Tibetan are also spoken.
    • Why call something by some Tibetan or Sanskrit or whatever name when you have a perfectly good English phrase to use?
    • He was also an accomplished linguist speaking nine foreign languages including Chinese and Tibetan.
    • A copy in the original Sanskrit is extant as well as a translation in Tibetan.
    • In part, that's because the tale is long, complex and research requires knowledge of Tibetan, not an easy language to master.
    • Mine was translated into Tibetan and His Holiness liked it so much that he said that he wanted to meet me and discuss things.
    • To illustrate but one benefit of being educated in India, Tibetans brought up there speak fluent Tibetan - a privilege non-existent to those born elsewhere.
    • He says something in Tibetan to his assistant who writes a prescription and the exam is over.
    • Written in Tibetan and English, this striking, culturally rich tale is dedicated to Tibetans born in exile.