Czechoslovak


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Czech·o·slo·va·ki·a

 (chĕk′ə-slə-vä′kē-ə, -slō-)
A former country of central Europe. It was formed in 1918 from Czech- and Slovak-speaking territories of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Communists gained control of the government after World War II and stayed in power until late 1989 when demands for democratic political reform forced Communist leaders to resign. In 1993 the country split into the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

Czech′o·slo′vak, Czech′o·slo·va′ki·an adj. & n.

Czechoslovak

(ˌtʃɛkəʊˈsləʊvæk)
adj
1. (Placename) of, relating to, or characteristic of the former Czechoslovakia, its peoples, or their languages
2. (Languages) of, relating to, or characteristic of the former Czechoslovakia, its peoples, or their languages
3. (Peoples) of, relating to, or characteristic of the former Czechoslovakia, its peoples, or their languages
n
(Languages) (loosely) either of the two mutually intelligible languages of the former Czechoslovakia; Czech or Slovak

Czech•o•slo•vak

or Czech•o-Slo•vak

(ˈtʃɛk əˈsloʊ væk, -vɑk)

n.
a native or inhabitant of Czechoslovakia.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Czechoslovak - a native or inhabitant of the former republic of CzechoslovakiaCzechoslovak - a native or inhabitant of the former republic of Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia - a former republic in central Europe; divided into Czech Republic and Slovakia in 1993
European - a native or inhabitant of Europe
Translations

Czechoslovak

[ˈtʃekəʊˈsləʊvæk] (Hist)
A. ADJchecoslovaco
B. Nchecoslovaco/a m/f

Czechoslovak

(Hist)
nTschechoslowake m, → Tschechoslowakin f

Czechoslovak

[ˌtʃɛkəʊˈsləʊvæk] Czechoslovakian [ˈtʃɛkəʊsləˈvækɪən]
1. adjcecoslovacco/a
2. n (person) → cecoslovacco/a; (language) → cecoslovacco
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Yet, he took part in important talks in the USA.Talking with Americans"The trip to Washington and New York in 1917 was of exceptional importance, because he mananaged to obtain an agreement from the American government for Czechs and Slovaks to join the Czechoslovak Army, which Stefanik was establishing," Korok said, as quoted by TASR.
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