Translation of Asian in Spanish:

Asian

asiático, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈeɪʒ(ə)n//ˈeɪʃ(ə)n//ˈeɪʒən/

adjective

  • 1

    (of Asia)
    asiático
    • Fred and I rarely eat Asian food at home, but maybe this simple recipe will help change that.
    • It is also a denial of that girl's right to fulfil her potential at a time when many Asian girls are doing well at school.
    • The awards identify some of the most prominent and successful Asian people in the country.
    • Korea is the old powerhouse of Asian soccer and of relative World Cup vintage.
    • They came across a group of seven or eight Asian youths, gathered behind a garden wall.
    • I guess it finally hit me because we ended up at a rather weird Asian noodle place for lunch.
    • There is a fantastic array of dishes on offer with everything from continental to Asian cuisine.
    • I doubt whether Punjabi or the dozens of other Asian languages have this kind of importance.
    • Fish was the dish of the day as a brave Bradford chef attempted to create the world's largest Asian dish.
    • He said that another chief theme was to get more Asian women into business.
    • There is a shortage of European language interpreters but no lack of Asian language speakers.
    • Similarly, my local library is full of books in Asian languages but no books in Gaelic.
    • All that were visible were groups of young Asian men, standing on the balconies of the rebuilt block.
    • An activity zone will feature a range of traditional Asian activities including how to put on a sari.
    • Her personal message to any young Asian woman is to go for it, however unlikely it may seem.
    • It's good to show everyone that Asian people do have a great sense of humour.
    • As the violence escalated several Asian businesses along Legrams Lane were smashed.
    • He will not need a lengthy learning period before getting up to speed on Asian issues.
    • She has opened eight Asian dance academies and is now lined up to work with Gareth Gates on his latest tour.
    • A new heated discussion is taking place now between the five Central Asian countries.
  • 2British

    (from the Indian subcontinent)
    de India, Pakistán etc

noun

  • 1

    (from Asia)
    asiático masculine
    asiática feminine
    • This is extremely useful as it gives a real idea of what influence this growing band of Asians had on British life.
    • The station was given the title after being the popular vote of UK Asians.
    • The problem centres on the different ways in which Asians and Africans are treated in the census form.
    • One, which greatly appealed to him, was the opportunity to cast Asians in the Asian roles.
    • To see what is really bothering young Asians, look no further than BBC radio's Asian Network.
    • It was also responsible for a gradual introduction of Indians and other Asians into British society.
    • Its sharp, contemporary tone and content is designed to reflect the issues that matter to British Asians.
    • The emergence of British Asians in contemporary music is a good example.
    • The many successes achieved by young British Asians in all areas of our creative industries are too little known.
    • I have met many Asians for whom, after living for a lifetime in London, an English home remains a curiosity.
    • They look like typically articulate and casually dressed young Asians.
    • It was the shock treatment that east Asians needed to make them see the need for reform.
    • Alex Sonson complained that merely introducing the bill raised harmful stereotypes about Asians.
    • This last fact is of little interest to the Japanese - like most Asians, they have no fear of MSG.
    • Rice is so important to the Asian diet that it may be the main component of almost all the meals Asians consume.
    • Five young Asians told us how they are adopting the tradition of arranged marriages to suit their modern needs.
    • Note that I am in no way disrespecting Asia, Asians or Asian products with this name.
    • He has led the way for many Scottish Asians to follow his lead and play for their country.
    • It's heartening that the finalists have included Asians, West Indians and Chinese.
    • The Japanese, like other Asians, rarely bake or roast, so most cooking takes place on the stove or range top.
  • 2British

    (from the Indian subcontinent)
    persona proveniente de India, Pakistán etc