Definition of Czech Republic in US English:

Czech Republic

proper noun

  • A country in central Europe; population 10,500,000 (estimated 2015); capital, Prague; official language, Czech.

The Czech Republic was formerly one of the two constituent republics of Czechoslovakia. When Czechoslovakia was partitioned on January 1, 1993, the Czech Republic became independent. It includes the former provinces of Bohemia, Silesia, and Moravia. In 2004 the Czech Republic joined both NATO and the EU


Czech Republic

/ˌtʃɛk rəˈpəblɪk//ˌCHek rəˈpəblik/