In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person)búlgaro masculinebúlgara feminine
- What a joy to learn that Bulgarians will soon be able to travel visa-free to other European countries.
- I think that this ability to enjoy life is one of the shared characteristics of Bulgarians and the Irish.
- Is it because the majority of Bulgarians feel that the country is not taking care of them, so why take care of the country?
- Seven thousand Bulgarians die annually from strokes, and most could be saved, Nachev said.
- A victory in the next round on Tuesday would have sent the Bulgarians to the European finals next year.
- Dutch people have become acquainted with Bulgarians from different backgrounds.
- The platform can be ordered in any country in Europe, so Bulgarians abroad can view local channels.
- To make up for it, Bulgarians are the largest bread eaters in the region.
- Population transfers were effected, for example, between the Greeks and Bulgarians.
- The proposal came from the Hungarian side and was accepted by the Bulgarians.
- For some time the region was the scene of struggles between Bulgarians, Romans and Byzantines.
- This is not the only British school that has recruited Bulgarians recently.
- At the height of his power, Greeks, Bulgarians, Serbs and Albanians swore allegiance to him.
- We all know that the new regulations will have little or no effect on the public nicotine intake of most Bulgarians.
- Two weeks ago, the Bulgarians were given an additional room in the prison.
- Greeks, Turks, Russians, and even Bulgarians tend to claim the recipe as their own.
- Steve assisted in organising a football team that was made up of both Roma youth and native Bulgarians.
- The teachers involved in the programmes are a mixture of French and Bulgarians.
- Roma people encounter more problems accessing health care than other Bulgarians.
- Italy will bear the costs of paying for the teachers of Italian, many of whom will be Bulgarians.
- There was a band, and people were in a great mood, speaking both English and Bulgarian.
- He points out that the choir is composed mostly of French Quebecers from the Plateau who don't speak Bulgarian, Czech or Hungarian.
- He died in 1902; his poetry is still in print today, not just in English but also in other languages including Russian, Japanese, Thai, Bulgarian, Romanian and Chinese.
- Macedonian is a South Slavic language closely related to Bulgarian.
- ‘My first thought was he was speaking to me in Bulgarian or something,’ she said.
- All the poems were in Bulgarian because it is the only language she likes to write in.
- In the late-eighteenth century, secular writings began to be written using a more accessible modern vernacular Bulgarian.
- Macedonian is part of the South Slavic dialect continuum at the ends of which are Serbian and Bulgarian, both of which served at one time as languages of education for many Macedonians.
- It seems like no matter where I go, I always end up stuck behind a large refugee family, blocking the pathway as they try to translate the tube map into Bulgarian.
- Of course this is done in Bulgarian as this is the language spoken in this country.
- Although he is now fluent in Bulgarian, Matt still confuses the odd word from time to time.
- You may need to speak Bulgarian to get the words, but Dimcheva's soaring vocal and the exotic interlocking rhythms of the instruments speak volumes on their own.
- The fact that the site is only available in the Bulgarian language surprised me.
- As we could not respond in Bulgarian, we resorted to just replying, ‘Hallelujah!’
- I've just found the language codes for Google, and Bulgarian is bg.
- Loftus is helped by the fact that he's multilingual, fluent in Hebrew, Arabic and Spanish, though not - notably - in Bulgarian.
- The work - a three-part meditation on nature, life and art - has been translated into 21 languages, the most recent have been Japanese and Bulgarian.
- After all you all have at least one Bulgarian speaking colleague or friend.
- Episode 17 now has subtitles for those that do not speak Bulgarian.
- The trouble is all the material is in Bulgarian.
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