Translation for 'Zagreb' from English to Serbian
NOUN   Zagreb | -
Загреб {м}
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Translation for 'Zagreb' from English to Serbian

Загреб {м}гео.
Usage Examples English
  • After World War II he managed Tekstilac Zagreb (1945–1946), Lokomotiva Zagreb (1946–1952), Metalac Zagreb (1952–1955) and Dinamo Zagreb (1955–1956).
  • Their main use in Yugoslavia was on lines Zagreb - Split - Zagreb, Zagreb - Zadar - Zadar - Zagreb, Zagreb - Šibenik - Zagreb and Zagreb - Osijek - Zagreb.
  • Nogometni klub Lučko is a Croatian football club based in the Novi Zagreb – zapad (New Zagreb-West) district in southwest Zagreb.
  • The Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb (...), commonly referred to as HNK Zagreb, is a theatre, opera and ballet house located in Zagreb.
  • By 2009, administrative division it is divided into three administrative city districts ("četvrti"): "Novi Zagreb - istok" (East Novi Zagreb), "Novi Zagreb - zapad" (West Novi Zagreb) and "Brezovica".

  • Passenger trains running on this line provide regular, limited-stop and fast services and operate exclusively as diesel motor units on routes such as Zagreb-Bjelovar-Zagreb, Zagreb-Bjelovar-Virovitica-Zagreb and Zagreb-Bjelovar-Virovitica-Osijek-Zagreb (from December 2022) except for the summer- seasonal overnight fast service train Osijek-Virovitica-Bjelovar-Zagreb-Split-Osijek introduced in 2022 which operates as a classical compounded train (railcars hauled by a locomotive) and which represents the first direct railway connection of Bjelovar and Adriatic coast.
  • The 2018 Judo Grand Prix Zagreb was held at Arena Zagreb in Zagreb, Croatia, from 27 to 29 July 2018.
  • Marković was born in Zagreb. During his handball career, he played for Medveščak Zagreb, Zamet Rijeka, Zagreb Loto, Sisak, Varteks Tivar and Moslavina Kutina.
  • Born in Zagreb in 1997, Mudražija started his football career with Dinamo Zagreb. He left the team at the age of 15 when he joined NK Zagreb youth team.
  • "Glory 14: Zagreb" was a kickboxing event held on March 8, 2014 at the Arena Zagreb in Zagreb, Croatia.

  • Between and after the two World Wars, a number of automotive companies and manufacturing plants emerged: Tvornica motora Zagreb (TMZ) and Tvornica Autobusa Zagreb (TAZ), both based in Zagreb.
  • Robić began his career as a soloist with the Radio Zagreb Orchestra, while studying at the same time in Zagreb.
  • Born in Osijek, SR Croatia, SFR Yugoslavia, Branko Milosevic played for Olimpija Osijek as a junior and later was picked up by NK Dinamo Zagreb where he played with the likes of Zvonimir Boban in the Yugoslav First League.
  • His defence of Illyrian views on literary language was published in "Vienac" in 1884 under the title "Brus jezika ili zagrebačka škola".
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