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 Translation for 'Croatian' from English to Bulgarian
ADJ   Croatian | more Croatian | most Croatian
NOUN1   a Croatian [person] | Croatians
NOUN2   Croatian [language] | -
SYNO Croat | Croatian
Croatian {adj}хърватски
етн.
Croatian {noun} [female]
хърватка {ж}
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Translation for 'Croatian' from English to Bulgarian

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Croatian {adj}
хърватски

Croatian {noun} [female]
хърватка {ж}етн.
Usage Examples English
  • His works have been translated into several languages including Spanish, Italian, German, Danish, English and Serbo-croatian.
  • In late 2020 croatian photographer "Silvester Kolbas" organized an exhibition about efke, the company "Fotokemika Zagreb d.d" and its heritage at the Museum of Technology "Nikola Tesla", Zagreb, called "Fotokemika" showcasing old equipment and products, that were left behind in the abandoned factory facilities of "Fotokemika Zagreb d.d", as well as photos taken with expired efke black and white film.
  • On the UEFA Cup, the croatian Slaven Koprivnica eliminated Aris Thessaloniki in the "Second qualifying round".
  • She continued living in Belgrade working part-time as an actress in the national theatre while also working as a translator from slovene to serbo-croatian until 1973 when she returned to Ljubljana.
  • Ambroz Janez Testen (Loka pri Mengšu, 31 August 1897 - Zadar, 7 January 1984) was franciscan and croatian expressionistic painter of slovenian descent.

  • The Athletic Federation of Yugoslavia (Serbo croatian "Atletski Savez Jugoslavije") was the governing body for the sport of athletics in Yugoslavia.
  • By utilisation of the permitted axial load of 16,5t a locomotive was developed, which alone could move freighttrains uphill even on the steep line in the croatian karst without a banking engine.
  • Numaan received his first senior call-up for the 2014 AFC Challenge Cup by croatian coach Drago Mamić. But he was an unused sub on bench throughout the tournament, where they won Bronze.
  • It is one of several castles owned by the members of Pejačević noble family in the croatian region of Slavonia.
  • Nicola Frangipani in croatian language Nikola IV Frankopan ([...]; c.1360 – 26 June 1432) was a Croatian nobleman and the Ban of Croatia and Dalmatia from 1426 to 1432.

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