战斗民族 (Chinese PinYin: [zhàn dòu mín zú]; traditional Chinese:戰鬥民族) may mean: (1) noun. Russian; (2) noun. A fighting nation. Literally: 战斗 (fighting) + 民族 (nation). It is a nickname many Chinese people call the Russian to describe their brave characteristics, the word is often used in a positive manner.
1. How to pronounce 战斗民族?
Chinese Pinyin: [zhàn dòu mín zú]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 战斗民族
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 战斗民族
Fixed expression: N/A
Collocation: 战斗民族的称号 (the nickname “a fighting nation”), 战斗民族的固有形象 (stereotypes of Russians), 战斗民族女性 (Russian women),
4. How to use 战斗民族 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 战斗民族.
Translation: The nickname “fighting nation” is positive and complimentary.
Translation: I love Russians.
Translation: Most Russians are very hospitable. So if you come by, be ready to drink black tea and eat fattening food (like sausages).
4.4 战斗民族非常直接，不会绕圈子; 他们不会容忍东拉西扯, 也不拘泥于细节，更喜欢直接切入主题。
Translation: Russian people are very blunt and will not beat around the bush; they don’t tolerate small talk or niceties and much prefer to get to the point of a conversation.
Translation: One of the biggest stereotypes of Russians is their propensity for fancy clothing and flashy jewelry.
Translation: Russia has one of the highest smoking rates in the world.
Translation: It’s true, Russian women are known for their soft, angular faces, the tight yet delicate musculature of their physiques, and their light, flawless skin.
Translation: Russians are capable of drinking vodka like water, and most of them will always have a bottle in their house whether they drink it regularly or not.
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