Translation of Amerindian in Spanish:


amerindio, adj.


Pronunciation /ˌæməˈrɪndiən//ˌaməˈrɪndɪən/


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    • Tribal people like the Aborigines, Amerindians and Bushmen are the heirs to all the richness and diversity of the natural world.
    • In this political formation, the effort was to develop a multi racial alliance of Africans, Indians, Amerindians and all those who were interested in social justice.
    • In the Amazon, native Amerindians wear face paint and traditional tunics.
    • We wander around the hotel looking at the huge ice sculptures: fish, bears, Amerindians, Inuits in kayaks, and even the Statue of Liberty.
    • St Lucia's customs are a blend of the African, Amerindian, East Indian and European.


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    amerindio masculine
    amerindia feminine