Definition of Kosovar in US English:

Kosovar

adjective

  • Relating to or characteristic of the autonomous region of Kosovo in the Balkans.

    ‘the Kosovar economy’
    • ‘It was just another day of training in the school, but Kosovar athletes soon welcomed a new day altogether.’
    • ‘He and his Kosovar wife have four children.’
    • ‘During Yugoslavian rule, many Kosovar nationals worked abroad.’
    • ‘He is of Kosovar descent but was born in Belgium and came through the Anderlecht academy before leaving for England.’
    • ‘The Kosovar commander, Lt. Gen. Kadri Kastrati, was in Iowa this week, his third visit.’

noun

  • A native or inhabitant of the autonomous region of Kosovo in the Balkans.

    ‘Kosovars elected a new assembly in November’
    • ‘"Kosovars are celebrating probably the most important day since the declaration of independence" he said.’
    • ‘He's a 21-year-old Kosovar who lives in Frankfurt.’
    • ‘It also expressed solidarity and support with the Kosovars.’
    • ‘"Every Kosovar, every Albanian owes the Americans a great deal," he said.’
    • ‘I see no problem with Kosovars receiving education abroad, acquiring professional experience and returning.’

Pronunciation

Kosovar

/ˈkōsəˌvär//ˈkoʊsəˌvɑr/