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country

noun /ˈkantri/ ( plural countries)
any of the nations of the world; the land occupied by a nation
país
Canada is a larger country than Spain.
the people of a country
país, nación
The country will elect a new president tomorrow.
(usually with the) districts where there are fields, moors etc as opposed to towns and areas with many buildings
campo
a quiet holiday in the country (also adjective) country districts.
an area or stretch of land
región
hilly country.
country dance noun (British) a (style of) dance in which partners are arranged in parallel lines
contradanza (baile regional)
countryman noun ( feminine countrywoman, plural countrymen, countrywomen) a person born in the same country as another
compatriota
Churchill and Chamberlain were fellow countrymen.
country music noun a type of popular American music that involves singing accompanied by instruments such as the banjo, guitar, and violin
Musica Country
Are you a fan of country music?
countryside noun country areas
campo, zona rural
the English countryside.
Translations of “country”
in Korean 나라, 국가, 시골…
in Arabic إقْليم, مُقاطَعة, رِيف…
in French pays, (de) campagne, région…
in Italian paese, campagna…
in Chinese (Traditional) 政治單位, 國家, 國土…
in Russian страна…
in Turkish ülke, memleket…
in Polish państwo, kraj…
in Portuguese país, campo…
in German das Land, das Volk, das Gelände…
in Catalan país, camp…
in Japanese 国, 国家, いなか…
in Chinese (Simplified) 政治单位, 国家, 国土…
(Definition of country from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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