1 mongoladj.Mongol, Mongolian, Mongolic.f. & m.Mongolian, Mongol, native or inhabitant of Mongolia.* * *► adjetivo1 Mongolian, Mongol1 (habitante) Mongolian, Mongol1 (idioma) Mongolian* * *mongol, -a1.ADJ SM / F Mongol, Mongolian2.SM (Ling) Mongolian* * *- gola masculino, femenino Mongol, Mongolian* * *= Mongol, Mongolian.Ex. The Mongols brought violence and destruction to all aspects of China's civilization.Ex. For land-locked Mongolians, sandwiched between Russia and China, preserving traditions is important to keeping their cultural independence.* * *- gola masculino, femenino Mongol, Mongolian* * *= Mongol, Mongolian.
Ex: The Mongols brought violence and destruction to all aspects of China's civilization.Ex: For land-locked Mongolians, sandwiched between Russia and China, preserving traditions is important to keeping their cultural independence.* * *m,f,* * *mongol, -ola♦ adjMongolian♦ nm,f[persona] Mongol, Mongolian♦ nm[lengua] Mongol, Mongolian* * *m/f & adj Mongol, Mongolian* * *: Mongol, Mongolian
2 mogolaadj.mongolian.Gran Mongol Grand Mogul, title of the ancient Emperor of the Mongoliansf.feminine of MOGOL.
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