What does Czech mean?

Definitions for Czech
tʃɛkCzech

Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word Czech.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. Czech(noun)

    a native of inhabitant of the Czech Republic

  2. Czechoslovakian, Czechoslovak, Czech(noun)

    a native or inhabitant of the former republic of Czechoslovakia

  3. Czech(adj)

    the Slavic language of Czechs

  4. Czech, Czechoslovakian(adj)

    of or relating to Czechoslovakia or its people or their language

    "The Czech border"; "Czechoslovak nationalists"; "The Czechoslovakian population"

GCIDE

  1. Czech(prop. n.)

    Of or pertaining to Czechoslovakia or the Czech Republic.

Wiktionary

  1. Czech(Noun)

    A person from the Czech Republic (Czechia) or of Czech descent.

    Etymology: From Czech, from Čech

  2. Czech(Adjective)

    Of, from, or pertaining to the Czech Republic or the Czech people, culture, or language.

    Etymology: From Czech, from Čech

  3. Czech(ProperNoun)

    A Slavic language primarily spoken in the Czech Republic.

    Etymology: From Czech, from Čech

Webster Dictionary

  1. Czech(noun)

    one of the Czechs

  2. Czech(noun)

    the language of the Czechs (often called Bohemian), the harshest and richest of the Slavic languages

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Czech

    tshek, n. a member of the most westerly branch of the Slavic family of races, the term including the Bohemians, or Czechs proper, the Moravians, and the Slovaks: the language of the Czechs, Bohemian, closely allied to Polish.—adj., also Czech′ic.

How to pronounce Czech?

  1. Alex
    Alex
    US English
    Daniel
    Daniel
    British
    Karen
    Karen
    Australian
    Veena
    Veena
    Indian

How to say Czech in sign language?

  1. czech

Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Czech in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Czech in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of Czech in a Sentence

  1. Jiri Ovcacek:

    Our country simply cannot afford to risk terrorist attacks like what occurred in France and Germany. By accepting migrants we would create fertile ground for barbaric attacks, the president does not agree with any acceptance of migrants in the Czech territory.

  2. Michael Cohen:

    I've never been to Prague. ... I've never been to the Czech Republic.

  3. Martina Ferencova:

    Breweries are investing in new pub concepts primarily due to the annual decline in on-trade, draft beer, consumers are also demanding more. Besides the shift to home drinking, partly boosted by a ban on smoking in 2017, traditional pubs are also up against more wine and cocktail bars favored by some younger drinkers. A new electronic ordering system introduced in 2016 to track sales - and make sure pubs and restaurants paid all taxes due - also forced a number of pubs to go under. Currently, around 65 percent of the beer sold in The Czech Republic is in stores, a figure on the rise and one Prazdroj and other breweries believe will continue to increase. With domestic consumption tepid, breweries have looked to foreign markets to offset declines at home and exports jumped nearly 12 percent in 2018. But getting Czechs back to the pub remains key, beer makers and industry officials say.

  4. Jaromir Blaha:

    Eighty percent of Czech spruce forests are at high risk of dying, most of our spruce monocultures in lower and mid-laying areas will probably disappear, in years or in a few decades.

  5. Otis Spencer:

    Five years ago, I would not have expected to see Asian capital in the Czech Republic and Poland, what we have seen is more groups from Asia specifically targeting logistics assets.

Images & Illustrations of Czech

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