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Olympia (German)

Part of speech: noun, (neuter), Part of speech: toponym

Hyphenation:
Olymp | pia, no plural
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [oˈlʏmpi̯a]
Word meaning / definition:
1) National shrine in ancient Greece, place of origin of the Olympic Games
2) Capital of the US state Washington
General terms:
1) site
Application examples:
1) “The ancient Olympia consisted of the Altis (holy grove) and the immediately adjacent sports facilities and was estimated to be 30 hectares in size.
2) His parents live in Olympia.

Translations

  • Ancient Greek: 1) Ὀλυμπία (Female)
  • English: Olympia
  • Esperanto: Olimpio
  • French: 1) Olympics (Female); 2) Olympia
  • Italian: 1) Olimpia
  • Catalan: 1) Olímpia (Female)
  • Latin: 1) Olympia (Female)
  • Portuguese: 1) Olímpia (Female)
  • Swedish: 1) Olympia
  • Slovak: 1) Olympia (Female)
  • Spanish: 1) Olimpia (male); 2) Olympia

Part of speech: noun, (neuter)

Hyphenation:
Olymp | pia, no plural
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [oˈlʏmpi̯a]
Word meaning / definition:
1) upscale:Modern Olympic Games
Synonyms:
1) Olympics
Application examples:
1) At the weekend he resolved to Olympia to watch TV.
Word formations:
1) Olympic boycott, Olympic gold, Olympic year, Olympic team, Olympic medal, Olympic victory, Olympic champion, Olympic scandal, Olympic slalom, Olympic stadium, Olympic city
Cases:
Nominative: singular Olympia; Plural
Genitive: singular Olympia; Plural
Dative: singular Olympia; Plural
Accusative: singular Olympia; Plural

Translations

  • English: 1) Olympiad
  • French: 1) Olympics pl
  • Swedish: 1) Olympiad
  • Spanish: 1) olimpiada (Female)

Olympia (English)

Part of speech: noun, part of speech: toponym

Hyphenation:
Olymp | pia, no plural
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [əˈlɪmpɪə]
Word meaning / definition:
1) Site in Greece where the Olympic Games were held in ancient Greece
2) capital of the US state Washington; Olympia
General terms:
1) plain
2) capital, city
Application examples:
2) Olympia is the capital of Washington.
   Olympia is the capital of Washington.
2) Her fahter lives in Olympia.
Your father lives in Olympia.

Translations

See translations at Olympia (neuter)
See translations at Olympia (neuter)

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Without too Olympia and the World Cup will be a sporting year in 2019.
Epoch Times, Nov. 8, 2018

46 Chinese players prepare in Switzerland Olympia 2022.
20 minutes, October 12, 2018

Oliver Marach and Jürgen Melzer have the lawn season and Olympia in sight.
DiePresse.com, June 03, 2019

The sporting year 2019 promises even without it Olympia and men's soccer World Cup or European Championship Excitement and top performance.
Handelsblatt.com, January 01, 2019

JAKARTA (dpa) - Indonesia wants to host Olympia Apply in 2032.
The Farang (Thailand), September 1st, 2018

The way to Olympia is rocky - and often leads to crazy ideas.
BILD.de, February 11, 2020

A Olympia- Cancellation would also affect many athletes in this country. One of them is Halle's gymnastics star Nick Klessing. With his team he is already safe for Olympia qualified.
MDR, March 18, 2020

Vanessa Herzog goes on with the preparation Olympia In 2021 a cooperation with Ireen Wüst from the Netherlands.
DiePresse.com, May 07, 2020

Ricarda Funk has chosen Olympia already qualified. Now she has to wait over a year. What that means for your training and your psyche.
Augsburger Allgemeine, April 14, 2020

In Olympia Cars honking clogged the streets and hundreds gathered on the steps of the Capitol.
Südtirol Online, April 20, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • Olympiad (coll.): the Olympic Games (a major international sporting competition in a number of disciplines); original meaning, rare today: period of four years (between the Olympic Games)
  • Olympic games: major sporting event that takes place every four years

Another word (synonym) for Olympia - Source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary containing "Olympia":

Latvia: Kfz: LV, Internet: lv and Olympia: LAT Origin of the term:: from the people of the Latvians General terms: 1) State, country Examples of use: 1) Latvia belongs to the Baltic States

silver: ... silver chloride, silver fluoride, silver halide, silver iodide, silver iodide, silver salt 3) Olympic silver, World Cup silver Application examples: 1) The formerly richest occurrence of silver in ...

Olympic: related to the city of Olympia Origin of the term: from the city of Olympia, the venue of the ancient Olympic Games 2) from Mount Olympus Opposite words: 1) unolympic Overarching terms: 1) sport, physical culture, culture Examples of use: 1) Volleyball is an Olympic discipline

Olympic games: ... years takes place Origin of the term: derived from the first venue of the Games, the city of Olympia. Superordinate terms: 1) Sport, culture Subordinate terms: ...

Washington:… 2) Capital 3) English city Examples of use: 1) The capital of Washington is Olympia. 2) She loved her trip to Washington. 2) Washington is the ...


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