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monolingual

adjective uk   /ˌmɒn.əʊˈlɪŋ.ɡwəl/ us    /ˌmɑː.noʊ-/
speaking or using only one language: This is a monolingual dictionary.
Translations of “monolingual”
in Spanish monolingüe…
in Korean 하나의 언어를 말할줄 아는…
in Arabic أُحادي اللُغة…
in Portuguese monolíngue…
in Catalan monolingüe…
in Japanese 1言語使用の…
in Italian monolingue…
in Chinese (Traditional) 只使用一種語言的,單語的…
in Russian толковый (о словаре)…
in Turkish tek dilli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 只使用一种语言的,单语的…
in Polish jędnojęzyczny, monolingwalny…
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