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gypsynoun [C]

(UK also gipsy) uk   us   /ˈdʒɪp.si/ (also Romany)
a member of a race of people originally from northern India who typically used to travel from place to place, and now live especially in Europe and North America: a gypsy caravan/encampment
Translations of “gypsy”
in Vietnamese dân Gipxi…
in Spanish gitano…
in Thai ยิปซี…
in Malaysian Gipsi…
in French bohémien, ienne, gitan/-ane…
in German der/die Zigeuner(in)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 吉普賽人…
in Indonesian pengembara…
in Russian цыган, цыганка…
in Turkish çingene…
in Chinese (Simplified) 吉普赛人…
in Polish Cygan/ka…
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