English vocabulary and translations (See all)
a nation: a country; a large group of people of the same race
UK: Britain is a nation of shopkeepers.
US: The president spoke to the nation about the new tax.
- "Despite this isolated incident, I believe that our two cultures are closer than ever, and this is reflected by this collaboration between the perfumers of our two great nations."
- "Conductor : As I was saying, Boston played a large role in the birth of our great nation, which is why it is sometimes called the "cradle of liberty"."
- "I hope you'll come back soon with more information about the fascinating nation of Scandinavia."
- "Let's take a short break and we'll be back to learn more about your exotic, undiscovered nations."
- "Bring democracy to a small nation."
- "We're supposed to bring democracy to a small nation by Friday, and we don't even know where we're bringing it."
- "Professor Hyppolyte Fabuleux said "Ever since the French flu pandemic of 1873, our nation has worn scarves to protect against the common cold and flu."
- "America has always been generous to our immigrants, if they're willing to work hard, they can be part of our great nation."
- "Firstly, the Six Nations tournament offers the chance for six European nations – England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland, and Wales – to match up against one another."
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