[ US /ˌskændɪˈneɪviə/ ]
- the peninsula in northern Europe occupied by Norway and Sweden
- a group of culturally related countries in northern Europe; Finland and Iceland are sometimes considered Scandinavian
How To Use Scandinavia In A Sentence
- These Mesolithic cultures (Mesolithic, meaning Middle Stone Age, describes postIce Age European hunter-gatherers) achieved some degree of social complexity in Scandinavia, where richly decorated individuals were buried in cemeteries by 5500 B.C.E. These same cultures were the indigenous societies of Europe, farmers who first spread north and west across central Europe from the Balkans after 4500 B.C.E. 1 3. Mesolithic Hunter-Gatherers in Europe
- We are the best Scandinavian restaurant outside Denmark, both in terms of food, service and Danish 'hygge'. Scand News for S.E.A - Scandinavian News Portal for Southeast Asia
- Reporter - unquote "unquote" is looking for a confident, competent and ambitious reporter with language skills, specifically French or Scandinavian, to work as part of the unquote "team. News from Journalism.co.uk
- To avoid abrasions most all Scandinavian operators use some kind of oleaginous substance. Massage and the Original Swedish Movements
- It suggests a sense of humour, a willingness to make an effort, an aspiration towards the airy, healthy, beardless Scandinavian lifestyle.
- The Scandinavian countries have a short harvest season and a long, flat winter. Times, Sunday Times
- Most of the marine jobs will go in the company 's Scandinavian operations. Times, Sunday Times
- With more than 50 million Larsson books sold world-wide, publishers scrambled to anoint his literary heir—preferably a political and prolix Scandinavian. Tattooed by Politics
- It breeds in high latitudes from Scandinavia, across northern Russia and again in north-west Canada and Alaska.
- Get into the Scandinavian spirit during this fair of Swedish arts and crafts, activities for kids, a raffle and, of course, glogg. Free & easy