German-speaking


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Adj.1.German-speaking - able to communicate in German
communicatory, communicative - able or tending to communicate; "was a communicative person and quickly told all she knew"- W.M.Thackeray
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German-speaking

[ˈdʒɜːmənˌspiːkɪŋ] ADJde habla alemana
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Substitute German-speaking for Russian-speaking and you could be forgiven for thinking that we were back in the 1930s, remembering Hitler's excuse for annexing Austria and the German-speaking Sudetenland.
Students from Luxembourg, Cyprus and the German-speaking part of Belgium have an easier time studying or training abroad than those from other EU states, reveals the first EU 'Mobility scoreboard'(1), published by the European Commission on 10 January.
Speaking to Times of Oman, Janina Guenther, assistant marketing manager, Oman Tourism, who is based in Berlin, said that more than 100 tour operators and media persons from German-speaking countries have been invited by Ministry of Tourism to showcase the Sultanate's most attractive tourist spots.
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While the early music printing of Italy, France, England and the Netherlands has received much scholarly attention in the second half of the twentieth century, this has not been the case for German-speaking countries.