Greenlander


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Greenlander

(ˈɡriːnləndə)
n
(Placename) a native or inhabitant of Greenland
Translations
гренландец
grönlandi

Greenlander

[ˈgriːnləndəʳ] Ngroenlandés/esa m/f

Greenlander

[ˈgriːnləndər] nGroenlandais(e) m/fgreen light n
(= traffic light) → feu m vert
(= go-ahead) to give sb/sth the green light → donner le feu vert à qn/qch
to be given the green light to do sth, to get the green light to do sth → recevoir le feu vert pour faire qch

Greenlander

nGrönländer(in) m(f)

Greenlander

[ˈgriːnləndəʳ] ngroenlandese m/f
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She's a public lunger or she wouldn't have been singing the Benedicite; and she's a Greenlander or she wouldn't have snow-blinds over her colloids," said George at last.
Then, again, if you fix your eye upon this strange, crested, comb-like incrustation on the top of the mass --this green, barnacled thing, which the Greenlanders call the crown, and the Southern fishers the bonnet of the Right Whale; fixing your eyes solely on this, you would take the head for the trunk of some huge oak, with a bird's nest in its crotch.
Bakhtin's idea of the language of the marketplace--the idiom of the plebeian classes, a language reflective of sexuality, the body, and bodily functions--applies perfectly to the Greenlander, Jace.
Mindray Medical International Limited (NYSE: MR), a leading developer, manufacturer and marketer of medical devices worldwide, has announced an agreement to acquire a controlling stake of Zhejiang Greenlander Information Technology Co.
Greenlander Sara Olsvig, an anthropologist and a member of the Inuit Circumpolar Council, who specialises in human-rights Issues, is at the sharp end of the debate about the region's industrial development.
The List Most recent British-trained winners of the Prix Robert Papin 2002 Never A Doubt (Barry Hills/Michael Hills) 1998 Black Amber (Neville Callaghan/Cash Asmussen) 1997 Greenlander (Clive Brittain/Sylvain Guillot) 1996 Ocean Ridge (Peter Chapple-Hyam/Thierry Jarnet) 1995 Lucky Lionel (Richard Hannon/John Reid) 1994 General Monash (Peter Chapple-Hyam/Brent Thomson) 1989 Ozone Friendly (Barry Hills/Pat Eddery) Jargon-buster Claiming race A race in which each horse's weight is determined by the price placed on them by connections.
with a group of recent college graduates from Eugene, Greenlander, headlining before the fireworks display over Dexter Lake.
All that remained of the ancient Greenlander were a few clumps of hair, so thick that it was first thought to be from a bear.
Although the ancient Greenlander had genes susceptible to baldness, he seems to have retained plenty of hair, leading scientists to suspect he died young.
The identity of a Greenlander accused of impropriety is withheld by the poet but once word gets back to King Olaf the offender's welcome is revoked.