OTHER WORDS FROM YugoslaviaYu·go·sla·vi·an, adjective, nounYu·go·slav·ic, adjectivepro-Yu·go·sla·vi·an, adjective, noun
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Yurchenko tuck fullNatalia Yurchenko unveiled this new vault technique in 1982 at an international competition in Zagreb, Yugoslavia.
Yurchenko tuck full Natalia Yurchenko unveiled this new vault technique in 1982 at an international competition in Zagreb, Yugoslavia.
Fearing further imprisonment in Yugoslavia, the couple had two choices of destination — majority-Muslim Turkey or the United States.Nedzib Sacirbey, a ‘founding father’ of independent Bosnia, dies at 94 of the coronavirus|Phil Davison|March 5, 2021|Washington Post
My parents believed the Virgin Mary was appearing to children in Yugoslavia and warning us of the secret end times.‘True Detective’s’ Godless Universe: Is the HBO Show Anti-Christian?|Andrew Romano|March 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Once when we were shooting in Yugoslavia, his feet got badly frostbitten.
We shot the picture in Yugoslavia, which saved us a lot of money but gave us a lot of headaches.
One bar in the former Yugoslavia has the distinct honor of straddling a disputed border.Half of This Bar Is in Slovenia, the Other Half Is in Croatia|Jeff Campagna|January 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Raif Dizdarevic, a Bosniak, was the first Muslim president of Yugoslavia.
We have not spoken in this book of Jugoslavia but of Yugoslavia, since that has come to be the more familiar form.
Will not the Italians excuse, rather than praise, the very, very small number of Yugoslavs who have stood out against Yugoslavia?
And a year or two after the end of the war a good many of them were still with their foster-parents in other parts of Yugoslavia.
And then just after the Germans attacked Yugoslavia, my husband was called—got a telegram to appear.
I think that the Germans attacked us in April 1941—Yugoslavia.
British Dictionary definitions for Yugoslavia
Cultural definitions for Yugoslavia
Republic in southeastern Europe, on the Balkan Peninsula, bordered by Hungary to the north, Bulgaria and Romania to the east, Macedonia and Albania to the south, the Adriatic Sea and Bosnia and Herzegovina to the west, and Croatia to the northwest. Its capital and largest city is Belgrade.