multilinguist

multilinguist

(ˌmʌltɪˈlɪŋɡwɪst)
n
(Languages) a person who can speak several languages
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The well-travelled multilinguist skipped bail in 2000 and knew how to hide outside of the US.
Governor Masuzoe is a former professor of international relations and politics, and an extremely talented multilinguist. He will be at the center of our external relations activities and his engagement in promoting Tokyo to the world will be extremely useful.
He's not just multilinguist; he's also a multiinstrumentalist.
ahem, as a fellow multilinguist, here's a private message from me to the Special One: "Por favor, Alguem Especial, voce pode comprar a partir de Falcao Monaco?" Or, in other words: "Please, Special One, can you buy Falcao from Monaco?"
"He's spectacularly good at dealing with clients, and he does it with Latin charm that's highly persuasive," Young said of Martinez, a multilinguist who has a Ph.D.
Sebastian Munster was one of the outstanding humanist scholars of Europe during the Reformation: multilinguist, Hebraicist, astronomer, cosmographer, geographer, cartographer, student of theology and mathematics, and an observer of places, plants, and economic activity.
A multilinguist (he spoke seven languages, learned English in a month), Aaronsohn was by turns a detail-oriented botanist, geologist, hydrologist, cartographer, and spy.
Gomolski expects organizations will create new roles and titles for today's IT professional, such as bio-informaticist, digital library specialist, human-computer interface designer, Internet multilinguist, artificial intelligence expert and cyber security expert.
He was a multilinguist, a master of German, French, Japanese, Hindustani and Persian.
But apart from their nationality, there's very little in common between Josiah Harlan, multilinguist, naturalist, observer, scholar and writer, and US Special Forces teams in their wraparound sunglasses and bulletproof vests, at the mercy of their translators and at risk of stomping into local vendettas.
They add various guests on bass, saxophones, trumpet and turntables and the songs are all originals with lyrics translated into Portuguese by the Dutch singer and multilinguist Fleurine.
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