Noun(1) an interpreter and guide in the Near East; in the Ottoman Empire in the 18th and 19th centuries a translator of European languages for the Turkish and Arab authorities and most dragomans were Greek (many reached high positions in the government
(1) My only comfort, a black dragoman , tribal scars on his face, until my parents returned from a performance of belly dancers and made the discovery that I had been bitten by an army of fire ants.(2) He asked, somewhat surprised at seeing someone climbing over the last stone without the help of a dragoman or guide, who usually assisted tourists up the pyramids.(3) Some other friends, also travelling in Libya this October, reported by fax that they were delighted by their ‘Brilliant dragoman speaking very good English.’(4) They're called upon to seamlessly morph from domestic, to squire, to ingénue, to dragoman , to the overtly freakish.(5) In Arabic, this was turjuman and the Turkish dragoman .(6) The last of the true dragomen was Maaroun ‘Arab who is said to have ruled Beirut when General Sir Edward Spears was High Commissioner during the Second World War.(7) Street stalls of changers, merchants with money; crates unloading - fish, sugar - by Spaniards and Danes; dragomen emitting unrecognizable tongues: such swirl over Charles in our genre-esque scene.
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