English to Slovenian Meaning of bohemian - Bohemian

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Definitions of bohemian in English
Noun(1) a member of a people with dark skin and hair who speak Romany and who traditionally live by seasonal work and fortunetelling; they are believed to have originated in northern India but now are living on all continents (but mostly in Europe, North Africa, and North America(2) a native or inhabitant of Bohemia in the Czech Republic(3) a nonconformist writer or artist who lives an unconventional life
Adjective(1) of or relating to Bohemia or its language or people(2) unconventional in especially appearance and behavior
Examples of bohemian in English
(1) The next day, to save the cyclists backtracking 22 km and then facing 80 km across featureless bogland to our destination, Achill Island, Josephine arranged for her fishing boat to ferry us to the island.(2) An excavation was carried out of around one-third of an acre of bogland at Bragan.(3) In a submission to the council, Catherine McMullin of An Taisce said the development would take place on bogland and suggested that disturbances during construction could lead to landslides.(4) No new bogland will be harvested beyond that for which an EPA licence already exists.(5) Out of necessity, we might all become peat bog soldiers once again, he warned, though he forgot that large amounts of bogland have been planted in the last 20 years.(6) He also stressed that although the area contains some bogland , it also boasts excellent farmland.(7) He complimented the local community who through their efforts had almost eliminated illegal dumping in woodlands, bogland and roadside.(8) A major engineering feat of the construction of the road will be the building of the super highway through the miles of bogland , which it is understood will be undertaken without removing the peat.(9) The road is flanked by bogland - rural Ireland at its barren best.(10) The searches were conducted over a number of days and covered an extensive tract of bogland and some wooded areas in the region.(11) Large sections of bogland and debris tumbled down Dooncarton mountain in September 2003 after more than 80 mm of rain fell in less than two hours and overwhelmed drainage systems.(12) ‘Long ago, 70 per cent of Ireland was covered by bogland ,’ Andy stresses.(13) The first leads inland across the high bogland , a pure, uncluttered landscape.(14) If this pipeline was constructed and the court subsequently held it should be removed, that could not be done without irreparable damage to reclaimed peat bogland .(15) As well as detailing the destruction of environment and warning of problems to come, there is also evidence of widespread misuse of forestry grants resulting in extensive damage to bogland .(16) Exclude areas under buildings, farmyard, roads, paths, woods, ponds, expanses of bare rock or bogland that is not grazed.
Related Phrases of bohemian
(1) Bohemian ::
1. nonconformist ::
2. free spirit ::
svobodnega duha
3. dropout ::
4. hippie ::
5. beatnik ::
6. boho ::
7. unconventional ::
8. nonconformist ::
9. unorthodox ::
10. avant-garde ::
11. irregular ::
12. offbeat ::
13. alternative ::
14. artistic ::
15. boho ::
16. artsy ::
17. artsy-fartsy ::
18. way-out ::
Different Forms
bohemian, bohemianism, bohemians
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