[ mawl-doh-vuh ]
/ mɔlˈdoʊ və /
official name of Moldavia(def 2).
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OTHER WORDS FROM MoldovaMol·do·van, adjective, noun
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The United States has provided additional money to the Moldovan government for border security since the Ukraine crisis erupted.
British Dictionary definitions for moldovan (1 of 2)
/ (mɒlˈdəʊvən) /
of or relating to Moldova or its inhabitants
a native or inhabitant of Moldova
British Dictionary definitions for moldovan (2 of 2)
/ (mɒlˈdəʊvə) /
a republic in SE Europe: comprising the E part of the former principality of Moldavia, the E part of which (Bessarabia) was ceded to the Soviet Union in 1940 and formed the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic until it gained independence in 1991; an agricultural region with many vineyards. Official language: Romanian. Religion: nonreligious and Christian. Currency: leu. Capital: Chişinǎu (Kishinev). Pop: 3 619 925 (2013 est). Area: 33 670 sq km (13 000 sq miles)Also called: Moldavia (mɒlˈdeɪvɪə)
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Cultural definitions for moldovan
[ (mol-doh-vuh) ]
notes for Moldova
This former member of the Soviet Union declared its independence in 1991.
notes for Moldova
The Soviet Union took Moldova from Romania in 1940; most of its people speak Romanian.
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