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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
çekoslovakyalı
çekce
Çekçe

Çekçe bir metni çevirmek çok zordur. - To translate a Czech text is very difficult.

Çekçeyi bu kadar iyi nerede öğrendin? - Where did you learn Czech so well?

Çek

Rusya, Polonya, Çek ve Bulgaristan'ın ortak Slav kökleri var. - Such languages as Russian, Polish, Czech and Bulgarian have common Slavic roots.

Çek Cumhuriyeti'nin bayrağı Filipinler'inkiyle neredeyse aynıdır. - The flag of the Czech Republic is almost the same as that of the Philippines.

(sıfat) çek
i., s
{i} Çek dili

Ben bir yabancıyım ve Çek dilini çok iyi bilmiyorum. Lütfen yavaş konuşun. - I'm a foreigner and I don't know Czech very well. Please, speak slowly.

Çek dilinde Çek Cumhuriyetine Česká republika denilir. - The Czech Republic is called Česká republika in Czech.

Çekçe/Çek
[n adj] Çek
czech language
çekçe
Czech republic
Çek cumhuriyeti

Çek Cumhuriyetinde asgari ücret nedir? - What's the minimum salary in the Czech Republic?

Çek Cumhuriyeti'nin bayrağı Filipinler'inkiyle neredeyse aynıdır. - The flag of the Czech Republic is almost the same as that of the Philippines.

czech daylight time
çek yaz saati
czech fiction
(Edebiyat) çekoslovak romanı
czech standard time
çek standart saati
the Czech Republic
Çek Cumhuriyeti
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Of, from, or pertaining to the Czech Republic or the Czech people, culture, or language
A Slavic language primarily spoken in the Czech Republic
A person from the Czech Republic (Czechia) or of Czech descent
{s} of the Czech Republic; of the former nation of Czechoslovakia
Czech is the language spoken in the Czech Republic
{i} native or resident of the Czech Republic; resident of the former nation of Czechoslovakia
{i} Slavic language of the Czech people
Czech means belonging or relating to the Czech Republic, or to its people, language, or culture
A Czech is a Czech citizen, or a person of Czech origin
Of, from, or pertaining to the Czech Republic, the Czech people or the Czech language
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Czechoslovakia
the Slavic language of the Czech people
English - updated (18 feb 2003)
The language of the Czechs (often called Bohemian), the harshest and richest of the Slavic languages
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a native or inhabitant of the former republic of Czechoslovakia
of or relating to Czechoslovakia or its people or their language; "The Czech border"; "Czechoslovak nationalists"; "The Czechoslovakian population"
One of the Czechs
the Slavic language of the Czech people a native of inhabitant of the Czech Republic of or relating to Czechoslovakia or its people or their language; "The Czech border"; "Czechoslovak nationalists"; "The Czechoslovakian population
a native of inhabitant of the Czech Republic
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Czech Republic
A country in Central Europe. Official short-form name: Czechia
Czech hedgehog
An antitank obstacle of WWII, constructed from three steel rails, connected in the form of tripod. It was also deployed on sea beaches against landing craft
Czech hedgehogs
plural form of Czech hedgehog
Czech Republic
country in central Europe (formerly part of Czechoslovakia)
Czech Republic
A landlocked country of central Europe. It was a part of Czechoslovakia from 1918 until January 1993. Prague is the capital and largest city. Population: 10,333,000. a country in central Europe, between Germany, Poland, Slovakia, and Austria. Population: 10,264,000 (1994). Capital: Prague. Until 1993 it was part of Czechoslovakia. formerly (1918-92, with Slovakia) Czechoslovakia Country, central Europe
Czech language
formerly Bohemian language West Slavic language spoken by some 12 million people in the historical regions of Bohemia, Moravia, and southwestern Silesia, all now in the Czech Republic, and in émigré communities, including perhaps a million speakers in North America. The earliest Old Czech texts date from the late 13th century. The distinctive orthographic system of Czech, which adds diacritics to letters of the Latin alphabet to denote consonants that did not exist in Latin and to mark vowel length, was introduced in the early 15th century and is associated with the religious reformer Jan Hus. The system was later adopted by other Slavic languages that use the Latin alphabet, including Slovak, Slovene, and Croatian (see Serbo-Croatian language). When Czech was revived as a literary language in the early 19th century, Josef Dobrovsky based his codification of the language largely on the norms of 16th-century Czech, as exemplified in the Kralice Bible (1579-93), an authoritative translation. This decision has resulted in a wide gulf between Standard Czech, the literary language, and Common Czech, the spoken language
Czech rifle
type of gun
czech monetary unit
monetary unit in Czech Republic
czech republic
a landlocked republic in central Europe; separated from Slovakia in 1993
czech

    Расстановка переносов

    Czech

    Турецкое произношение

    çek

    Произношение

    /ˈʧek/ /ˈʧɛk/

    Этимология

    [ 'chek ] (noun.) 1841. From Polish Czech Czech Čech

    Общие Словосочетания

    czech republic

    Слово дня

    capitulate
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