trilingual

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Etymology[edit]

From tri- +‎ lingual.

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Adjective[edit]

trilingual (comparative more trilingual, superlative most trilingual)

  1. Able to read or speak three languages.
    Hypernym: multilingual
  2. Expressed or written in three languages.
    Hypernym: multilingual

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Noun[edit]

trilingual (plural trilinguals)

  1. A person who speaks three languages.
    • 1891, Claude Reignier Conder, The Lycian Language, page 616:
      There were no doubt Turanians or Mongols in Media whose language we know from the great trilinguals of Darius, but the early kings of the Medes had Aryan names, as had many other chiefs whom the Assyrians encountered.

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