[ US /ˈbɛɫdʒən/ ]
  1. of or relating to or characteristic of Belgium or the Belgian people
    the Belgian Queen
  1. a native or inhabitant of Belgium
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How To Use Belgian In A Sentence

  • There have been a number of situations with the young Belgian where had he not taken evasive action he would have been clobbered. The Sun
  • Damon Hill is in pole position for today's Belgian Grand Prix.
  • The Meal Maker Belgian waffle baker and sandwich griddle is a big stand-in for à full stovetop.
  • His body was taken by some local Belgians and kept in their family vault for the course of the war. Times, Sunday Times
  • The case stems from a complaint brought in Belgian court by two men and a consumers 'organization that challenged higher male life-insurance premiums. EU Adviser: Insurance Pricing Is Discriminatory
  • The extract inclosed, which is taken from an official publication of the Belgian Government, and the extract from an official statement by the Belgian Minister of War, prove that the Belgian Government had never connived, or been willing to connive, at the breach of the treaty that made the maintenance of Belgian neutrality an international obligation. The New York Times Current History of the European War, Vol. 1, January 9, 1915 What Americans Say to Europe
  • As far as demonstrations go, it was no big deal and, with no reports of the well-practised Belgian police water cannons in action, it was a pretty tame affair. Damned either way
  • A townsman appeared in the door as we approached, leading one of the roan Belgians out onto the road.
  • Michigan and Wisconsin have the largest population of Belgian Americans, with the above-named Wisconsin counties having the largest rural settlement in the United States.
  • Critics of Belgian policy contend that the right to enter is abridged in a number of instances. Refugees in the Age of Total War
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