Meaning of Jugoslav in English:

Jugoslav

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noun

  • old-fashioned spelling of Yugoslav (noun)

    ‘Among Greymouth's approximately 9000 residents were many inhabitants of foreign extraction - German, Dutch, Jugoslav, Italian, Jew and of course the Chinese who were greatly respected.’
    • ‘In Sweden and Germany, the Spaniards, Jugoslavs, and others who came to do the jobs no Swede or German was prepared to do are now the new rebels.’
    • ‘The other occupants of the camp were Italians and Jugoslavs.’
    • ‘On October 25th a meeting was held at the Hotel Continental in Vienna between our Geneva delegates and the Poles and Jugoslavs.’
    • ‘They were Jugoslavs and few in numbers.’

adjective

  • old-fashioned spelling of Yugoslav (adjective)