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Word: polyglot

Definition: speaking several languages; multilingual; Ex. polyglot person/society; N.


Sentences Containing 'polyglot'

Buale is a polyglot, being fluent in Spanish, English, French and Bube.
Carmen Labaki is a polyglot and fluently speaks French, Portuguese, Arabic, Spanish and English.
In a short time, Midwood was transformed, from a predominantly Jewish neighborhood with a smattering of Irish-Americans and German-Americans, to a remarkably polyglot section of the borough of Brooklyn.
In addition to his contributions to Philippine literature and history, Gómez Rivera is also an accomplished linguist and polyglot.
Mumbai has many cinemas catering to a large and polyglot population.
The first attempt at documenting Neo-Mandaic, a polyglot glossary including a column of lexical items from the Neo-Mandaic dialect of Basra, was produced roughly three hundred and fifty years ago by a Carmelite missionary whom Borghero has identified with the Discalced Carmelite Matteo di San Giuseppe.
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