Greenlander


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Greenlander

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

Greenlander

[ˈgriːnləndəʳ] Ngroenlandés/esa m/f
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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
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Greenlander

nGrönländer(in) m(f)
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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.
The book comprises four chapters: American whalers in Cumberland Sound in the 1850s when vessels began overwintering; the experiences of Inuit Ipiirvik and Tookoolito in the United States with explorer Charles Francis Hall; American and Inuit perceptions as seen through the eyes of an enlisted man and a West Greenlander at the International Polar Year research base on northern Ellesmere Island; and the final chapter and epilogue, which return to Cumberland Sound to understand the changes in Inuit society in the early 1900s when the whaling industry had depleted bowhead stocks.
The 30-something mathematician is half Danish and half Greenlander. Smilla keeps herself to herself, but when Isaiah, a little boy from Greenland, falls to his death from the roof of their Copenhagen apartment complex, she suspects foul play and turns detective.
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., Ltd.
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.
Velorio and Greenlander are teaming up for shows Saturday and Monday.
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.