American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A country of southeast Europe with a short coastline on the Black Sea. Originally a Roman province, the area was conquered from the 3rd to the 12th century by a succession of invaders, including Goths, Huns, Magyars, and Mongols. In the 13th century two principalities, Moldavia and Walachia, emerged, becoming vassal states within the Turkish Empire and eventually Russian protectorates. They were united in 1861 and became independent in 1878. The rise of fascism in the 1930s led to the overthrow of the monarchy and the establishment of a dictatorship in 1940. Following Romania's surrender to the USSR during World War II, the country was declared (1947) a communist republic, which was overthrown in 1989 with army-supported countrywide revolts. Bucharest is the capital and the largest city. Population: 22,300,000.
- n. a republic in southeastern Europe with a short coastline on the Black Sea
- Romanian român ("Roman") (in turn from Latin romanus ("Roman")) + -ia (Wiktionary)
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“PRESIDENT ILIESCU, ROMANIA: Romania, United States.”
“And a thing I did in Romania called Eva, which is a historical piece.”
“De Luca: We're ready to start shooting in Romania, Czechslovakia, Poland, Ukraine, all the scenic European countries.”
“When Jordan moves to an inherited castle in Romania with her brother and father, her life changes forever when she steps on a vile of werewolf blood.”
“Such as it is, the story concerns Windisch the village miller, who has applied for permission to migrate to West Germany from the German village in Romania where he currently lives.”
“In contrast, news about the 10-year-old mother barely registered in Romania, where stories buried inside newspapers focused on the controversy the birth had caused among Spaniards.”
“Is a journalist any more likely to be found in Romania than a tourist?”
“The design concept of the Romanian Pavilion belongs to SC M&C Strategy Development and “evolves around the color and environmental implications of “green”, inspired by the apple, the most popular fruit in Romania and representing a “green city”, healthy life and the concept of sustainable development.””
“For example, a recent search for a seven-day vacation leaving from New York City on a budget up to $1,500 suggested trips to Timisoara in Romania and Boca Raton, Fla.”
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