qatar - translation to french
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qatar - translation to french

ISO 3166-1:QA; Quatar; دولة قطر; قطر; Dawlat Qatar; State of Qatar; Qatari; Qtaar; Qaṭar; Languages of Qatar; Al Bu Romaih; Rumaihi; Romaihi; Name of Qatar; Qtar; Dawlat Qaṭar; Etymology of Qatar; Dawlet Al-Qatar; Dawlat al-Qaṭar; Dawlet Qaṭar; Dawlet al-Qaṭar; Dawlet al Qaṭar; Dawlat al Qaṭar; Qater; Biodiversity of Qatar; Law of Qatar; Science and technology in Qatar; Museums in Qatar
  • [[Abbasid Caliphate]] at its greatest extent, c. 850
  • The news desk of [[Al Jazeera English]], a Qatari news channel
  • Mosque in Qatar
  • Fireworks in opening ceremony [[Asian Games 2006]]
  • Sheikh Mohammed bin Jassim Al Thani]]
  • A British [[Wilding series]] stamp, issued 1 April 1957, and overprinted for use in Qatar.
  • Traditional [[dhow]]s in front of the West Bay skyline as seen from the [[Doha Corniche]].
  • Student Center in [[Education City]]. Education City houses various educational facilities, including satellite campuses of eight international universities.
  • Kassite]] dye site on [[Al Khor Island]]
  • [[Hamad International Airport]]
  • Ad Dawhah]] (Doha), the most populous municipality in Qatar.
  • Museum of Islamic Art]] in Doha
  • [[Doha Metro]]
  • Samuel Dunn]] depicting ''Catura'' (at centre) in the [[Historical region of Bahrain]].
  • [[Mesaieed Industrial Area]]
  • Migrant workers in Doha.
  • [[Msheireb Downtown Doha]] The World's first sustainable Downtown regeneration project
  • [[National Museum of Qatar]] in Doha
  • Old city of Doha, January 1904
  • Emir [[Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani]] with U.S. President [[Joe Biden]] in January 2022.
  • the Pearl]]
  • [[Qatar Airways]] [[Airbus A380]], Qatar Airways, one of the world's largest airlines, links over 150 international destinations from its base in [[Doha]].
  • A partially restored section of the ruined town of [[Zubarah]].
  • Municipalities of Qatar as of 2014
  • [[Qatar Central Bank]]'s office in [[Doha]].
  • [[Qatar University]]
  • A proportional representation of Qatar exports, 2019
  • Qatar in an 1891 map by [[Adolf Stieler]], with [[Al Bidda]] as the major settlement
  • [[Lusail Stadium]]
  • Mirage 2000s]] fly in formation during Air Defense Exercise.
  • [[Amiri Diwan of the State of Qatar]], administrative office of the Emir.
  • [[Zubarah Fort]] built in 1938.

n. Qatar, emirate in the Middle East (located on the western coast of the Persian Gulf)
Doha, capital city of Qatar


¦ noun a native or inhabitant of Qatar, a country in the Persian Gulf.
¦ adjective relating to Qatar.



Qatar (UK: , US: ; Arabic: قطر, romanized: Qaṭar [ˈqɑtˤɑr]; local vernacular pronunciation: [ˈɡɪtˤɑr]), officially the State of Qatar, is a country in Western Asia. It occupies the Qatar Peninsula on the northeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula in the Middle East; it shares its sole land border with Saudi Arabia to the south, with the rest of its territory surrounded by the Persian Gulf. The Gulf of Bahrain, an inlet of the Persian Gulf, separates Qatar from nearby Bahrain. The capital is Doha, home to over 80% of the country's inhabitants, and the land area is mostly made up of flat, low-lying desert.

Qatar has been ruled as a hereditary monarchy by the House of Thani since Mohammed bin Thani signed a treaty with the British in 1868 that recognised its separate status. Following Ottoman rule, Qatar became a British protectorate in 1916, and gained independence in 1971. The current emir is Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, who holds nearly all executive and legislative authority under the Constitution of Qatar, as well as controlling the judiciary. He appoints the prime minister and cabinet. The partially-elected Consultative Assembly can block legislation and has a limited ability to dismiss ministers.

In early 2017, the total population of Qatar was 2.6 million, with 313,000 of them Qatari citizens and 2.3 million expatriates. Its official religion is Islam. In terms of income, the country has the fourth-highest GDP (PPP) per capita in the world, and the eleventh-highest GNI per capita (Atlas method). Qatar ranks 42nd in the Human Development Index, the third-highest HDI in the Arab world. It is a high-income economy, backed by the world's third-largest natural gas reserves and oil reserves. Qatar is one of the world's largest exporters of liquefied natural gas, and the world's largest emitter of carbon dioxide per capita.

In the 21st century, Qatar emerged as a middle power in the Arab world through its resource-wealth, as well as its globally expanding media group, Al Jazeera Media Network, and reportedly supporting several rebel groups financially during the Arab Spring. Qatar forms part of the Gulf Cooperation Council. Qatar's human rights record has been regarded by academics and non-governmental organisations as being generally poor, with restrictions on civil liberties such as the freedoms of association, expression and the press, as well as its treatment of thousands of migrant workers amounting to forced labour for projects in the country.

Pronunciation examples for qatar
1. ♫ Qatar, Russia, Suriname, ♫
2. ♫ Qatar, Russia, Suriname, ♫
3. by looking at Qatar.
4. kingdom of Qatar.
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5. ♫ Qatar, Russia, Suriname, ♫
Examples of use of qatar
1. Le Qatar, adossé ŕ son énorme manne gazi';re et pétroli';re, fait de męme ŕ Doha avec Qatar Airways.
2. DOHA (Qatar)– Le président de la République, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, est arrivé lundi apr';s–midi ŕ Doha (Qatar) pour une visite officielle de trois jours, ŕ l‘invitation de l‘Emir de l‘Etat de Qatar, Cheikh Hamad Ben Khalifa Al–Thani.
3. DOHA (Qatar)– Le président de la République, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, s‘est entretenu, mardi ŕ Doha, avec l‘Emir de l‘Etat du Qatar, Cheikh Hamad Ben Khalifa Al–Thani.
4. Il s‘était rendu auparavant en Arabie saoudite et au Qatar.
5. Créé en 1'7', c‘est le premier quotidien du Qatar.