English to Welsh Meaning :: polyglot

Polyglot :
amlieithog
- amlieithogpolyglots
 

Show English Meaning
(+)

Noun(1) a person who speaks more than one language
Adjective(1) having a command of or composed in many languages

Show Examples
(+)

(1) He deeply explored notions of love, Europe, and identity, and was a polyglot who insisted that linguistic proficiency was the key to overcoming misunderstandings and ignorance.(2) Later that night, when she came home, she rummaged through her books in an effort to find an essay written by a polyglot (like herself) that explains the kind of rootlessness that is hers.(3) Nik, as luck would have it, is something of a polyglot .(4) The polyglot orchestra backing her up plays world music from everywhere and nowhere that incorporates Middle Eastern clarinet, European glockenspiel and other mellifluous sounds in addition to Mexican mariachi guitar.(5) Marco Silvestri clearly think he's the only polyglot on the planet.(6) In Bombay, which he calls a polyglot city, the Goan world is eclectic, informed by an urban Christianity that mingles with a mainstream culture while trying to preserve its identity.(7) The patrons of the Academie are a roll call of the great and good, including Michel David-Weill, of Lazards Bank, and Sir Peter Ustinov, the polyglot actor and raconteur.(8) After 1947, a vibrant, polyglot city became monocultural.(9) The polyglot Pope, at intervals, addressed the crowd in Romanian, Serbian, Croatian, Czech, and Polish.(10) It is also the story of polyglot India, where most of the population speaks, and habitually switches among, several languages.(11) This is Los Angeles in the year 2019, when most of the earth's inhabitants have colonized other planets, and only a polyglot refuse heap of humanity remains.(12) A Brazilian-born polyglot who can be both charismatic and ruthless, Ghosn did not make his mark in the industry by leaving things as he found them.(13) But this fellow has embraced that polyglot population with a wonderful warmth that I would never have imagined(14) Diplomatic Warsaw is abuzz with rumours that Mr Kwasniewski, a smooth, tennis-playing polyglot who is seen as one of the champions of New Europe, won US backing on a visit to the White House earlier this month.(15) Not to worry, though, this 61-year-old polyglot can talk to all species with the dexterity of a Doolittle.(16) Rebecca West filled Black Lamb and Grey Falcon with brilliant speeches and diatribes by a polyglot cast of characters, and Furst has a similar cacophony of speakers analyzing every detail of the political situation.
Related Words
Synonyms
Noun
1. linguist ::
ieithydd
Different Forms
polyglot, polyglots
English to Welsh Dictionary: polyglot

Meaning and definitions of polyglot, translation in Welsh language for polyglot with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of polyglot in Welsh and in English language.

Tags for the entry "polyglot"

What polyglot means in Welsh, polyglot meaning in Welsh, polyglot definition, examples and pronunciation of polyglot in Welsh language.

English to Welsh Dictionary

commonly confused words
form of verbs

Words by Category

Topic Wise Words

Learn 3000+ Common Words

Learn Common GRE Words

Learn Words Everyday

Most Searched Words

Word of the day

● Flotation
arnofio
Your Favorite Words
Currently you do not have any favorite word. To make a word favorite you have to click on the heart button.