- ♦♦♦Czechs1) ADJ Czech means belonging or relating to the Czech Republic, or to its people, language, or culture.2) N-COUNT A Czech is a Czech citizen, or a person of Czech origin.3) N-UNCOUNT Czech is the language spoken in the Czech Republic.
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