Translation for 'AZ' from English to Romanian
SYNO Arizona | AZ | azimuth | ...
Azerbaidjan {n}
Azerbaijan <.az>
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Translation for 'AZ' from English to Romanian

Azerbaijan <.az>
Azerbaidjan {n}geogr.
Usage Examples English
  • Az exszegedi Véber György újra az élvonalba vágyik and Somogyvár KÖSE (fifth division) and worked as an assistant manager of Újpest FC.
  • or Wadi az-Zarka (...) is a river in Israel near the Arab town Jisr az-Zarqa, originating near Ramot Menashe and emptying into the Mediterranean Sea south of Ma'agan Michael.
  • However, a new interchange to Jisr az-Zarqa is being planned.
  • In October 2008 he was signed by Dutch Eredivisie champions, AZ Alkmaar. Cruzeiro announced that AZ bought 65% player's rights for €600,000 and the Brazilian club retained the rest.
  • The demonstrative determiners (often inaccurately called demonstrative adjectives in English) are "ez a"/"ez az" ("this") and "az a"/"az az" ("that").

  • Therefore, the horizontal coordinate system is sometimes called as the az/el system, the alt/az system, or the alt-azimuth system, among others.
  • The object of comparison for an adjective in the superlative degree is introduced by the preposition "az" ("hc") or simply by a possessive construction: "о̄y (az) mardʾn о̄zо̄mandtom" (sp.
  • His writings and works have been published on,,, and other web-sites with stories placed in electronic libraries.
  • Abu ‘Imarah Hamzah Ibn Habib al-Zayyat al-Taymi, better known as Hamzah az-Zaiyyat (80-156AH), His appellation "az-Zaiyyat" was given to him because he used to work transporting natural oils to Hulwan and then bringing cheese and walnuts back to Kufa.
  • His works has been featured in magazines such as "L'Officiel" (Az), "Harper's Bazaar" (Ru), "Boutique" (Az), "Nargis" (Az), etc.

  • With the network RTV N-H focusing on events circulating around the North Holland province, the football club AZ from nearby Alkmaar also shared a weekly news magazine on the same network by the name of AZ Journaal which ran parallel to the show for the club from Amsterdam.
  • The Bab al-Nairab gate was built sometime during the period of 1216–1237 in the southeastern part of the ancient city by the Ayyubid ruler of Aleppo, al-Aziz Muhammad, son of predecessor az-Zahir Ghazi.
  • "Az Alaptörvény és az amerikai alkotmányosság," ÚJ MAGYAR KÖZIGAZGATÁS 6: (1) pp. 2–7.
  • Umm az-Zinat became depopulated in May 1948. In early May, it was reported that the women and children of Umm az-Zinat had been evacuated.
  • The monthly journal "az-Zuhūr" (Arabic: الزهور; DMG: az-Zuhūr; English: "Flowers") was published in Cairo from 1910 until 1913.

  • Abdullah al-Kafif az-Zarhuni ([...]; born in Zerhoun - died 1348) was a Moroccan "zajal" poet in the Marinid period.
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