[ US /ˈjuɡoʊˌsɫɑv/ ]
of or relating to or characteristic of the former country of Yugoslavia or its people or languages
- a native or inhabitant of Yugoslavia
How To Use Yugoslav In A Sentence
- So the lands of the dismembered Yugoslav state became not only the scene of Europe's greatest resistance struggle, but also one of its bloodiest civil wars.
- This is an important aspect of a new Yugoslavian attitude. Refugees in the Age of Total War
- The President noted that the FYROM is a model of stability in a very turbulent region of the world -- the FYROM being the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. Press Briefing By Mike Mccurry
- The state-run news agency is now calling Kostunica the elected president of Yugoslavia. CNN Transcript - Special Event: Dick Cheney and Joseph Lieberman Spar in Cordial Vice Presidential Debate - October 5, 2000
- Family going to Yugoslavia for summer hols. Stammering in Young Children
- 2003 – Under a new Constitutional Charter, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was reconstituted into a loose confederation of Serbia and Montenegro.
- Reliable information on blood lead levels from many parts of Europe is lacking but studies from Bulgaria, Romania, Russia and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) suggest that average exposure levels in children may be high. Global Environment Outlook (GEO-4)~ Chapter 6
- From the same perspective, she also comments unflatteringly on the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal.
- Hence it was fitting, last week, that the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia came to an end not with a bang or even much of a whimper. Back To The Future
- In 1991, Germany gave Croatia and Slovenia the green light to secede from the Yugoslav federation; civil war soon followed.