monoglot

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mono- +‎ -glot

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monoglot (plural monoglots)

  1. A person capable of speaking only a single language.

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monoglot (comparative more monoglot, superlative most monoglot)

  1. Capable of speaking only a single language; monolingual.
    He thought Britain was more monoglot than ever.

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