Translation for 'Scotsman' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   a Scotsman | Scotsmen
SYNO Scot | Scotchman | Scotsman
Scotsman {noun}
шотландец {м}
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Translation for 'Scotsman' from English to Bulgarian

Scotsman {noun}
шотландец {м}етн.
Usage Examples English
  • There is a first person account of "The Scotsman" being around during or before 1954.
  • At the end of March 2011, reported that Krispy Kreme plan to expand into Scotland in 2011 opening outlets in Glasgow and Edinburgh.
  • Part II – The Scotsman learns Jack's amnesia was caused by three sirens, whose hypnotic song the Scotsman can resist due to his loyalty to his wife.
  • The player, a professional golfer killed by lightning right before the end of a tournament, is sent to Golf Purgatory, where they are greeted by a giant ghost named The Scotsman.
  • In the early years of his time with the Scotsman, the paper attempted to review every production at the Fringe.

  • "Polysteganus praeorbitalis", the Scotsman or Scotsman seabream, is a species of marine fish in the seabream family (Sparidae) of order Perciformes. It is native to Southern Africa.
  • Johnston Press appointed McLellan as editor of "The Scotsman" on 20 February 2009 following the departure of Mike Gilson, and in May 2009 appointed editor-in-chief of The Scotsman Publications.
  • "The Scotsman" described the record as "consistent collection of unvarnished Celtic soul".
  • " The Ayrshire airfield that helped shape the fledgling RAF" Alison Campsie, "The Scotsman", 31 March 2018.
  • Issuu - You Publish. Scotsman Press. Web. 26 Oct.

  • Marchington's time with the "Flying Scotsman" was documented in the Channel 4 documentaries "A Steamy Affair: The Story of Flying Scotsman", directed by former Blue Peter presenter Simon Groom.
  • Gale, Iain. "You’ve Been Framed." 8 Jan. 2006 The Scotsman 12 Jan. 2015. <>.
  • The Scotsman Publications Limited (TSPL) was the holding company of "The Scotsman", "Scotland on Sunday", "Edinburgh Evening News" and "Herald & Post" newspapers, and of the website.
  • Johnston Press acquired The Scotsman Publications in 2006, taking ownership of two of Scotland's major national broadsheet titles, "The Scotsman" and "Scotland on Sunday", as well as two local papers, the "Edinburgh Evening News" and the "Edinburgh Herald & Post".
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