[nik-uh-lahy al-ik-san-druh-vich,, -sahn-;; Russian nyi-kuh-lahy uh-lyi-ksahn-druh-vyich] /ˌnɪk əˈlaɪ ˌæl ɪkˈsæn drə vɪtʃ,, -ˈsɑn-;; Russian nyɪ kʌˈlaɪ ʌ lyɪˈksɑn drə vyɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), 1895–1975, Soviet political leader: premier 1955–58.
Nikolai Aleksandrovich (nikaˈlaj alɪkˈsandrəvitʃ). 1895–1975, Soviet statesman and military leader; chairman of the council of ministers (1955–58)
Bulgarian (def 1). Historical Examples The Birth of Yugoslavia, Volume 2 Henry Baerlein The Birth of Yugoslavia, Volume 1 Henry Baerlein The Hittites A. H. Sayce Current History, A Monthly Magazine New York Times The Tempering Charles Neville Buck The Hittites A. H. Sayce The Birth of Yugoslavia, Volume 1 Henry Baerlein The Iron Ration […]
a republic in SE Europe. 42,800 sq. mi. (110,850 sq. km). Capital: Sofia. Contemporary Examples The Euro Misses A Victim Justin Green September 4, 2012 Maggie Stiefvater Talks New Novel ‘The Raven Boys,’ Fast Cars, and YA Fiction Doug Stanton September 27, 2012 Bombs in Bulgaria Elisheva Goldberg July 17, 2012 Little Maria Put In […]
Also, Bulgar. a native or inhabitant of Bulgaria. a Slavic language, the language of Bulgaria. Abbreviation: Bulg., Bulg. of or relating to Bulgaria, its people, or their language. Contemporary Examples Maggie Stiefvater Talks New Novel ‘The Raven Boys,’ Fast Cars, and YA Fiction Doug Stanton September 27, 2012 Hezbollah Worried; Europe Should be Too Matthew […]
a rounded projection, bend, or protruding part; protuberance; hump: a bulge in a wall. any sudden increase, as of numbers, sales, or prices: the bulge in profits. a rising in small waves on the surface of a body of water, caused by the action of a fish or fishes in pursuit of food underwater. to […]
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