[ US /ˈsɝbiən/ ]
- of or relating to the people or language or culture of the region of Serbia
- a member of a Slavic people who settled in Serbia and neighboring areas in the 6th and 7th centuries
How To Use Serbian In A Sentence
- Orthodox Serbians are asking for the Christmas period to be extended but the borough council is sticking with tradition and taking down the decorations tomorrow.
- On the other hand, Russian, Serbian, Romanian, and Italian prisoners suffered grievously from the lack of food supplements. Pursuit of an 'Unparalleled Opportunity': The American YMCA and Prisoner of War Diplomacy among the Central Power Nations during World War I
- On 15 September French and Serbian mountain troops successfully attacked hitherto impregnable Bulgarian positions.
- In the movie, Mr. Fehmiu plays King, "a handsome boxer-turned-barman" who falls for Rosa, "a fiery and untamable beauty in the decaying Serbian town of Bor," according to the movie's synopsis. A Baker Cooks Up Film for Tribeca
- She added that she drinks rakija regularly with Serbian friends, and that its effect is "strong" but "warming. Anna King: Drinking Rakija In The Tiger's Wife and Los Angeles
- My friend had the cold Serbian appetiser, which included pastrami, parma ham, and the wonderful peppered creamed cheese.
- In the scenes from the Apocalypse or from Serbian myths and legends, drama and exaltation prevail.
- Whereas Cafe Fabrika served relatively upscale, traditional Serbian dishes such as cevapcici and sarma, Moct has scaled back a bit, though not in flavor. OnMilwaukee.com
- When Serbian tanks and fighters encircled the city, she was trapped outside. Times, Sunday Times
- And while much has been made of the video's effects on a shocked Serbian public, it remains to be seen where that public will stand once the furor recedes.