Balkan


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Bal·kan

 (bôl′kən)
adj.
1. Of or relating to the Balkan Peninsula or the Balkan Mountains.
2. Of or relating to the Balkan States or their inhabitants.

Balkan

(ˈbɔːlkən)
adj
(Placename) of, denoting, or relating to the Balkan States or their inhabitants, the Balkan Peninsula, or the Balkan Mountains

Bal•kan

(ˈbɔl kən)

adj.
1. of or pertaining to the Balkan Peninsula or its inhabitants.
n.
2. the Balkans. Also called the Bal′kan States′. the countries in the Balkan Peninsula: Yugoslavia, Romania, Bulgaria, Albania, Greece, and the European part of Turkey.
[1825–35]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Balkan - an inhabitant of the Balkan Peninsula
Balkan Peninsula, Balkans - a large peninsula in southeastern Europe containing the Balkan Mountain Range
European - a native or inhabitant of Europe
Translations
balkánský
balkansk
balkanilainen
balkanski
バルカン諸国の
발칸 여러 나라의
Balkan-
ประเทศในคาบสมุทรบอลข่าน
thuộc Bán đảo Balkan

Balkan

[ˈbɔːlkən]
A. ADJbalcánico
B. N the Balkanslos Balcanes

Balkan

[ˈbɔːlkən]
adjbalkanique
n
the Balkans → les Balkans mpl

Balkan

adjBalkan-; the Balkan Mountainsder Balkan; the Balkan Statesdie Balkanländer pl; Balkan syndromeBalkansyndrom nt, Verseuchung von Soldaten durch Rückstände radioaktiver Munition
n the Balkansder Balkan, die Balkanländer pl

Balkan

[ˈbɔːlkən] adjbalcanico/a

Balkan

بَلْقَانيّ balkánský balkansk Balkan- βαλκανικός balcánico balkanilainen balkanique balkanski balcanico バルカン諸国の 발칸 여러 나라의 Balkan balkansk bałkański balcânico балканский Balkan- ประเทศในคาบสมุทรบอลข่าน Balkan thuộc Bán đảo Balkan 巴尔干半岛的
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