What does Tudor really mean
Part of speech: noun, (Male Female)Hyphenation:
- Do | dor, Plural: Tu | dors
- 1) Member of the English ruling family
- Nominative: singular 1 Tudor; Singular 2 Tudor; Plural Tudors
- Genitive: singular 1 Tudor; Singular 2 Tudor; Plural Tudors
- Dative: singular 1 Tudor; Singular 2 Tudor; Plural Tudors
- Accusative: singular 1 Tudor; Singular 2 Tudor; Plural Tudors
- English: 1) Tudor
Practical example sentences
Automatically selected examples in German:
„The Italian first division club Udinese Calcio has its former coach Igor Tudor brought back.“
BILD.de, March 21, 2019
„The Italian first division club Udinese Calcio has its former coach Igor Tudor (Photo) retrieved. The Serie A club announced on Wednesday evening.“
Transfermarkt.de, March 21, 2019
„Now Paul has too Tudor Jones, founder of Tudor Investment Corp, affiliated with the club for the super rich who buy gold.“
The shareholder, June 18, 2019
„The Italian first division soccer club Udinese Calcio has its former coach Igor Tudor brought back. This was announced by the Serie A club.“
Handelsblatt.com, March 21, 2019
„The world has never been so deep in the chalk as it is now. But US corporate bonds in particular are of concern to many experts. For example, the hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones. For him, the next crisis will begin there.“
Finances100, November 27, 2018
„Udinese Calcio has moved from Igor Tudor Cut. Assistant coach Jurica Vucko also has to leave.“
FootballEuropa.com, 02 November 2019
„Rolex, Patek Philippe, Chanel, Chopard and Tudor announced that they will not participate in the traditional Baselworld in 2021.“
derStandard.at, April 15, 2020
„The Iron consider a commitment from Fran Tudor (24).“
BILD.de, August 14, 2020
„1. FC Union Berlin is still looking for reinforcements for the midfield. Fran Tudor (24) could be the solution, but the winger is in great demand.“
Day 24, August 15, 2020
„Hermann Hauser and Tudor Brown, co-founder of Arm, rate Nvidia's purchase of their company as anything but positive. Hauser spoke of a disaster.“
ZDNet.de, September 14, 2020
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Entries from our dictionary containing "Tudor":
hus:… Ni har! What a beautiful house you have! 2) Henrik VII from the forester in Huset Tudor sometime across England. Heinrich VII was the first from the house ...
Bloody Mary: historical: epithet for the English Queen Maria Tudor (* 1516, † 1585), who had many of her opponents executed in her endeavor to re-Catholicize England
Jindrich:… Feminine forms: 1) Jindřiška Well-known bearers of the name: 1) Jindřich VIII. Tudor application examples: 1) Naštěstí měl švagr bratří Jindřichů. To the…
Tudors: Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: Tu | dors Grammatical features: Nominative plural of the noun Tudor Genitive plural of the noun Tudor Dative plural of the noun Tudor Accusative plural of the noun Tudor
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