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Mon·te·neg·rin

 (mŏn′tə-nĕg′rĭn, -nē′grĭn)
adj.
Of or relating to Montenegro, its people, their language, or their culture.
n.
1. A native or inhabitant of Montenegro.
2. A person of Montenegrin ancestry.
3. The South Slavic language of the Montenegrins.

Montenegrin

(ˌmɒntɪˈniːɡrɪn)
adj
(Placename) of or relating to Montenegro or its people, or their language
n
1. (Languages) the language that is spoken in Montenegro
2. (Peoples)
a. a native or inhabitant of Montenegro
b. a speaker of Montenegrin
Translations
CrnogoracCrnogorkacrnogorski
montenegrinermontenegrinsk

Montenegrin

adjmontenegrisch; he is Montenegriner ist Montenegriner
nMontenegriner(in) m(f)
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The Montenegrin deposit is to begin commercial operation in 2017, launching mine processing capacity of 2 million tons of ore a year.
The United States, the UN Office on Drugs and Crime, and European countries continue to provide counternarcotics assistance to Montenegrin law enforcement agencies, which have become increasingly capable of working closely with international counterparts in spite of resource constraints.
For as undeniably beautiful as Lake Skadar and the Montenegrin coastline are, the country's most scenic vistas may well be hidden away in the mountainous northwest and within the sweeping canyons of the eastern highlands.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian and Montenegrin officials in a meeting in Podgorica underlined the need for the further expansion of bilateral ties.
President Vujanovic received General Shaikh Mohammed and his delegation at the presidential residence in the Montenegrin capital, Podgorica.
Al Saifi urged the Montenegrin side to look into the investment opportunities in Jordan, voicing hope that bilateral meetings will provide an opportunity to establish trade and industrial partnerships between the two countries.
However, police in the Montenegrin capital were forced to use tear gas against dozens of protesters in the staunchly conservative Balkan state.
After taking a huge gamble on Andros Townsend at Wembley on Friday - at odds with his safety-first reputation - the 66-year-old emerged to deliver the kind of riposte to Montenegrin jibes the normally avuncular Hodgson tends to stay well clear of.