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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Nationality & race
GallicGal‧lic /ˈɡælɪk/ adjective  SANrelating to or typical of France or French people Gallic charm
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GallicIt is evident from the Gallic and Rhenish religious sites that some were very large and comprised many shrines and small temples.He towered over everybody like a strapping Gallic chieftain.It was certainly of considerable importance in the sixth-century Gallic Church.Our Gallic neighbours sipped disdainfully at orange juice.He came out only two years ago, a move greeted by Gallic shrugs rather than Anglo-Saxon hysteria.De Lattre was a Gallic version of MacArthur.He usually left me floundering in his voluble Gallic wake.
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