Translation for 'Western European' from English to Norwegian
ADJ   Western European | - | -
vesteuropeisk {adj}Western European
Partial Matches
vestlig {adj}western
vestre {adj}western
kjempelerk {m} [Larix occidentalis]
western larch
nordvestlig {adj}north-western
sørvestlig {adj}south-western
blåsultanhøne {m/f} [Porphyrio porphyrio]
western swamphen
(vestlig) honningbie {m/f} [Apis mellifera, Syn.: Apis mellifica]
(Western) honeybee
svanedykker {m} [Aechmophorus occidentalis]
western grebe
sydvestlig {adj}south-western
punersanger {m} [Curruca hortensis, syn.: Sylvia hortensis]
western Orphean warbler
Vestlandet {n}
Western Norway [region]
maurersanger {m} [Iduna opaca, syn.: Hippolais opaca]
western olivaceous warbler
sivhauk {m} [Circus aeruginosus]
(western) marsh harrier
grønn mamba {m} [Dendroaspis viridis]
western green mamba
vannrikse {m/f} [Rallus aquaticus]
(western) water rail
eikesanger {m} [Phylloscopus bonelli]
western Bonelli's warbler
punersteinskvett {m} [Oenanthe hispanica]
western black-eared wheatear
middelhavssteinskvett {m} [Oenanthe hispanica]
western black-eared wheatear
europeer {m}
europeisk {adj}European
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Usage Examples English
  • After the Greek Independence, the modern Greek architects tried to combine traditional Greek and Byzantine elements and motives with the western European movements and styles.
  • During 1993, a symposium was held by western European nations to discuss potential future ballistic missile defence programs.
  • Among Boas's main contributions to anthropological thought was his rejection of the then-popular evolutionary approaches to the study of culture, which saw all societies progressing through a set of hierarchic technological and cultural stages, with Western European culture at the summit.
  • Prague, at the crossroads of western European structuralism and Russian formalism, became an important centre for functional linguistics.
  • The applicability of the term feudalism has also been questioned in the context of some Central and Eastern European countries, such as Poland and Lithuania, with scholars observing that the medieval political and economic structure of those countries bears some, but not all, resemblances to the Western European societies commonly described as feudal.

  • On the subject of welfare, the Friedmans argue that the United States has maintained a higher degree of freedom and productivity by avoiding the nationalizations and extensive welfare systems of Western European countries such as the United Kingdom and Sweden.
  • F, or f, is the sixth letter in the Latin alphabet, used in the modern English alphabet, the alphabets of other western European languages and others worldwide.
  • Finland became a full member of the EU in January 1995, at the same time acquiring observer status in the EU's defence arm, the Western European Union.
  • The Western European nations decided to have two agencies: one concerned with developing a launch system, ELDO (European Launcher Development Organisation), and the other the precursor of the European Space Agency, ESRO (European Space Research Organisation).
  • In western European EU member countries, hard Euroscepticism is currently a characteristic of many anti-establishment parties.

  • However, by 1920 all Western European and North American democracies had universal adult male suffrage (except Switzerland) and many countries began to consider women's suffrage.
  • D, or d, is the fourth letter in the Latin alphabet, used in the modern English alphabet, the alphabets of other western European languages and others worldwide.
  • In 1422, Portugal became the last Western European country to switch to the system begun by Dionysius.
  • In 1598, Englishman Robert Sherley saw the inscription during a diplomatic mission to Safavid Persia on behalf of Austria, and brought it to the attention of Western European scholars.
  • It was a combination of western European Baroque with traditional Russian folk styles.

  • The main international organisation that was involved was the Western European Union's multinational Albanian Police element, which worked with the government to restructure the judicial system and simultaneously the Albanian police.
  • It is connected with Madrid and Barcelona by frequent Iberia and Vueling flights, and with many Western European cities through carriers such as Ryanair, Easyjet and
  • Before the break with papal authority in the 16th century, the Church of England was an integral part of the Western European church.
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