Yugoslav

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Adjective[edit]

Yugoslav (not comparable)

  1. of, or relating to Yugoslavia
    Synonyms: Yugoslavian, Yugoslavic
    Due to Greek objections, North Macedonia was often referred to as the "former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia" for many years.

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Noun[edit]

Yugoslav (plural Yugoslavs)

  1. A native or inhabitant of Yugoslavia.
    Synonym: Yugoslavian
    He considered himself to be a Yugoslav first and foremost, regardless of his Croat and Serb ancestry.

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Yugoslav

  1. (dated) Serbo-Croatian
    • 2002, Mount, Graeme, chapter 3, in Personal Secretary’s File, Bowers to Welles, 16 March 1942, quoted in Chile and the Nazis, Black Rose Books, →ISBN, page 70:
      He is an educated man, speaking English, French, Spanish, Yugoslav, Russian and German, and he saw service in the Army and understands espionage.