nomad Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"nomad" in British English

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nomadnoun [C]

uk   /ˈnəʊ.mæd/  us   /ˈnoʊ-/
a ​member of a ​group of ​people who ​move from one ​place to another ​rather than ​living in one ​place all of the ​time: a ​tribe of Somalian ​desert nomads
nomadic
adjective uk   /nəʊˈmæd.ɪk/  us   /noʊ-/
nomadic ​people/​herdsmen a nomadic ​life/​existence
(Definition of nomad from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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nomadnoun [C]

 us   /ˈnoʊ·mæd/
a ​member of a ​group of ​people who move from one ​place to another, ​rather than ​living in one ​place all of the ​time
nomadic
adjective  us   /noʊˈmæd·ɪk/
nomadic ​people
(Definition of nomad from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “nomad”
in Spanish nómada…
in Vietnamese người du mục…
in Malaysian orang nomad…
in Thai ชนเผ่าเร่ร่อน…
in French nomade…
in German der Nomade/die Nomadin…
in Chinese (Simplified) 游牧部落中的一员…
in Turkish göçebe, göçer, bedevî…
in Russian кочевник…
in Indonesian pengembara…
in Chinese (Traditional) 遊牧部落中的一員…
in Polish nomada, koczownik…
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