Poland

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Definition

Poland: An Eastern/Central European country whose capital city is Warsaw
noun

Polish (vodka): (Vodka) from Poland
adjective

a Pole: somebody from or born in Poland
noun
Pronunciation examples
UK: They speak polish in Poland.
US: Are you Polish? I'd love to meet someone from Poland!

Examples

  • "I attended 4 out of 5 sessions before I had to invade Poland, but I'm sure that if I had finished the program, it would have made a big difference -Adolph H, Germany."
  • "On the other hand he did find a Polish immigrant on the metro, who raised the boy as his own and taught him the art of perfume-making."
  • "Auctioneer : Now we come to lot 4 in your catalogues – a work by Polish painter Piotr Majewski."
  • "On the other hand, he did find a Polish immigrant on the metro, who raised the boy as his own and taught him the art of perfume-making."
  • "A few years ago, Northern Ireland, Ireland, the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Russia and Israel were also desirable locations for corporate giants and mid-level enterprises alike."
  • "To replace them, he found a Polish immigrant on the metro, who raised the boy as his own and taught him the art of perfume-making."

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