Translation of Czech in Spanish:

Czech

checo, adj.

Pronunciation /tʃɛk//tʃɛk/

adjective

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    checo

noun

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    (person)
    checo masculine
    checa feminine
    • The Danes, the Poles and the Czechs also look like they could say no.
    • Like so many Czechs, he has lived most of his life in exile.
    • Imbued with bucolic patriotism, his music aroused his fellow Czechs to self-determination.
    • After defeating the undefeatable French last time out, more was expected of the Czechs in Dublin.
    • Most of the Czech Republic's approximately 10 million inhabitants are Czech.
    • The Czechs, Hungarians and the citizens from other East European states have a similar history.
    • In 1963, he became the youngest England captain at the age of 23 when he led his side out to face the Czechs.
    • The strength of the Czechs, despite fielding a relatively small team, was evident.
    • Fewer than 20 percent of Czechs approve of, or even believe in, their government.
    • Reyna says his team-mates have already put behind them their disappointing performance against the Czechs.
    • The Czechs are over-endowed with great composers, but the symphony that stirs them most comes from a minor master.
    • This means the Czechs are through to the quarter finals and means Germany must beat them to go through.
    • A look at Czech history reveals why some Czechs are so unwilling to accept fiscal change
    • The vast majority of Czechs do not believe there is a God at all.
    • The Dutch will go through with victory against Latvia only if the Germans do not beat the Czechs.
    • Sometimes, if I need something special, I can ask someone who is Czech to help me find the right words.
    • ‘Starting a new rally for the first time is never easy,’ said the 29-year-old Czech.
    • Bulgaria used to be a traditional and favourite destination for the Czechs, according to the historian.
    • Other numerically significant ethnic groups of Austria include Slovenes, Croats, and Czechs.
    • It's such a short journey to Germany that the tournament could almost feel like a home event to the Czechs.
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    (language)
    checo masculine
    • Sophie is amazingly good at language - she's fluent in Czech.
    • For about ten minutes, one gentleman asked me questions in English, and the interpreter translated them into Czech.
    • One-third of Slovaks between the ages of 17 and 24 do not speak Czech.
    • Polish is a West Slavic language, part of the Lekhite subgroup, and is similar to Czech and Slovak.
    • Smetana's patriotic feelings had been well to the fore in 1848, and though a German speaker he took pains to improve his command of Czech in the 1860s.
    • She shuts herself away from the world while she translates a trashy thriller from Czech into English.
    • He speaks Russian, French, Czech and Bulgarian.
    • Students at Charles University face fees of up to £40,000 for the six-year medical course and are required to speak some Czech.
    • Her upbringing by her foster family in the Czech Republic had taught her not just Czech, but how to read the Russian language.
    • The book was translated into Czech, Polish, Spanish, and Portuguese.
    • Although he would be educated in German, the family spoke Czech at home.
    • During the national revival of the 19th century, all of Shakespeare's plays were translated into Czech from English editions and most of them produced in Prague.
    • The whole family speak three languages - Czech, German and English.
    • I am still recovering from a bad experience the first day I worked up the courage to speak Czech.
    • Political circumstances beginning nearly a thousand years ago separated populations, but Slovak and Czech are still mutually intelligible.
    • Slovenian is a South Slavic language, closely related to Croatian and similar to other Slavic languages, such as Czech.
    • In the border provinces, Italian, Slovene, Croatian, Hungarian, and Czech are also spoken.
    • The station was heaving with hundreds of other festivalgoers, speaking every European language from English to Czech.
    • Reprinted five times in the 1920s, the book was translated into French, Czech, and other languages.
    • To them Czech was and remained a natural language of communication.