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tribe

noun /traib/
a race of people, or a family, who are all descended from the same ancestor
tribu
a tribe of North American Indians.
a group of families, especially of a primitive or wandering people, ruled by a chief
tribu
the desert tribes of Africa.
tribal adjective of a tribe or tribes
tribal
tribal lands/customs the tribal system.
tribesman /ˈtraibz-/ noun ( plural tribesmen) a man who belongs to a tribe
miembro de una tribu
an African tribesman.
Translations of “tribe”
in Korean 부족, 집단…
in Arabic قَبيلة…
in French tribu…
in Italian tribù…
in Chinese (Traditional) 部落, 部族, 家族…
in Russian племя…
in Turkish kabile, aşiret, boy…
in Polish plemię…
in Portuguese tribo…
in German der Stamm…
in Catalan tribu…
in Japanese 部族, 種族…
in Chinese (Simplified) 部落, 部族, 家族…
(Definition of tribe from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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