[ US /ˌjuɡoʊˈsɫɑviən/ ]
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 Yugoslavian In A Sentence
- This is an important aspect of a new Yugoslavian attitude. Refugees in the Age of Total War
- Under Austrian rule from 1382 to 1918, it became Italian after WWI despite Yugoslavian claims. Twentieth Century History - Basic Facts
- Yugoslavian wine
- An M80, formally known as the BVP M-80 ICV/IFV, is a Yugoslavian military vehicle, and a 380, formally known as the Bersa Thunder 380, is a pistol. PART 3/3: Nicki Minaj Responds to LL Cool J’s “Around the Way Girl” « Gender Across Borders
- Here Yugoslavian-born piano star Bojan Z, frequently an unaccompanied solo player, joins what looks on paper like a conventional jazz trio, with Scott Colley on bass and Nasheet Waits on drums.
- The fuel bunkers built in the early 1980s by Yugoslavians are located on a former Iraqi air base where MiG pilots once trained.
- Her chef is Fortunato Nicotra, who creates dishes native to Istria, near the Italian and former-Yugoslavian border from where Bastianich hails. Five Best Italian Restaurants in NYC | myFiveBest
- In earlier days it had certainly been better kept; it now looked like any of the other Yugoslavian spas, which are patronized by the peasants and small shopkeepers, and showed a certain homely untidiness, though nothing worse. Black Lamb and Grey Falcon: Part V
- Within Yugoslavian republics, colonial rule consisted of the centralized power of Serbia, while for Serbia, colonial rule consisted of the concept of the Federation itself with its manifold restrictions.
- They left the city forever, and it was occupied by Yugoslavian partisans when the shelling stopped. Refugees in the Age of Total War