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  1. Welsh

    • IPA[wɛlʃ]

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    • adj.
      relating to Wales, its people, or their language.
    • n.
      the Celtic language of Wales, spoken by about 500,000 people (mainly bilingual in English). Descended from the Brythonic language spoken in most of Roman Britain, it has been strongly revived after a long decline.;the people of Wales collectively.
    • noun: Welsh, plural noun: the Welsh

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    • adj.
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    • 1. relating to Wales, its people, or their language.
    • n.
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    • 1. the Celtic language of Wales, spoken by about 500,000 people (mainly bilingual in English). Descended from the Brythonic language spoken in most of Roman Britain, it has been strongly revived after a long decline.
    • 2. the people of Wales collectively.
    • n. the Welsh language up to c. 1150.

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    • n. a red heraldic dragon as the emblem of Wales.

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    • n. a stocky, rough-coated, typically black-and-tan terrier of a breed with a square muzzle and drop ears.

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    • n. a dog of a short-legged breed with a foxlike head.

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    • n. a piece of wooden furniture with cupboards and drawers in the lower part and open shelves in the upper part.

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    • n. an Asian onion that forms clusters of slender bulbs which resemble salad (spring) onions. It is the onion most commonly used in SE Asia.

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    • adj.
      relating to Wales, its people, or their Celtic language.
    • n.
      the Celtic language of Wales, spoken by about 500,000 people (mainly bilingual in English). Descended from the Brythonic language spoken in most of Roman Britain, it has been strongly revived after a long decline.

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    • v.
      fail to honour (a debt or obligation incurred through a promise or agreement):
    • banks began welshing on their agreement not to convert dollar reserves into gold

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    • v.
      fail to honour (a debt or obligation incurred through a promise or agreement):
    • banks began welshing on their agreement not to convert dollar reserves into gold

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