Translation of bilingual in Spanish:

bilingual

bilingüe, adj.

Pronunciation /bʌɪˈlɪŋɡw(ə)l//ˌbaɪˈlɪŋɡwəl/

adjective

  • 1

    (person) bilingüe
    • Many Angolans are bilingual, speaking Portuguese and one or several African languages.
    • Teresa is convinced he was helped by being bilingual; she has brought up all the children to speak Italian.
    • Since her graduation, she has worked as a bilingual secretary in a French law firm and as a PA to the general manager of the Clarence Hotel.
    • Fluent in both Thai and English, Wuthinan's bilingual knowledge was desperately needed manning the phones at the blood donation centre.
    • Fluently bilingual, Matte speaks in perfect English, while the rest of the band members are split between favouring French or English.
    • Having a bilingual secretary in a company can add huge kudos.
    • Almost half that Hispanic population is more comfortable speaking only Spanish, and 28 percent is bilingual, according to a study by the Pew Hispanic Center.
    • Encourage students to express key words or concepts in their native language, using a bilingual staff member, parent, or other student, if available, to help interpret.
    • It arrived close to sundown, after my bilingual secretary had gone home.
    • It is not enough to be bilingual teachers with extensive knowledge of bilingual theory or language instruction.
    • Personally, I'm glad I'm bilingual, but I am much more comfortable speaking Spanish than English.
    • Never mind that she's superbly qualified and fluently bilingual.
    • Many of them were probably bilingual, speaking Arabic and the now-extinct variety of Spanish known as Mozarabic.
    • And most of the young were bilingual or trilingual (reading and/or speaking French and English as well as Arabic).
    • Now fluently bilingual, he is legal counsel for the Nunavut government in Iqaluit.
    • Subsequent generations are often fluently bilingual, speaking English outside of the home and Spanish in the home.
    • Christine is fluently bilingual and will be soliciting book reviews in both English and French.
    • In the mid 1960s my Aunt Alice, a retired bilingual executive secretary, had almost suddenly become unable to lift her chin off her chest.
    • A cross-sectional survey study was conducted with bilingual education teachers.
    • Many Brahui-speakers are bilingual, speaking Baluchi or other local languages.
    • It was in the heart of what was now considered Spanish Harlem and served the bilingual descendants of New York's Spanish speaking immigrants.
  • 2

    (text/edition/dictionary) bilingüe
    • Her research interests include the role of metacognition in second and bilingual language learning.
    • The drawings by Bulgarian children will be then included in a special bilingual edition of the book, in Bulgarian and French.
    • This worry is also shared by other schools, so the number of the city's primary and secondary schools that are bold enough to completely conduct bilingual education in main courses are few.
    • However, the old scorn has largely gone and there is now no social stigma to speaking Welsh; there is a bilingual television channel, road signs are in both languages, and official business can be carried out in Welsh as well as English.
    • Some - including the Scottish Executive - are none too keen on bilingual signs in a language that few understand and even fewer speak.
    • The text is fully bilingual, and portraits adorn nearly all entries.
    • They are allowed to take the Regents Exam in their native language, with a bilingual dictionary, and all the time they need.
    • Along with Marion and an organizer from Guatemala, she will attended the bilingual training at the AFL-CIO Organizing Institute in Los Angeles.
    • Language texts as well as instructional material in workbooks, bilingual texts, audiotapes, and multimedia formats have also been developed.
    • Are there customs and themes you hope to preserve or advance through bilingual texts?
    • This code was translated into English and published in a bilingual text in 1989 in the United States.
    • The summer camps are run on a Monday to Friday basis from 10 am to 3pm and feature bilingual activities such as drama, art, crafts, music, dancing and sports.
    • This is also the first year that candidates whose first language is not English or Irish will be allowed to use bilingual translation dictionaries in certain examinations.
    • This book is bilingual, written in both French and English.
    • Preparation is further complicated in that not all states provide certification in bilingual education and/or ESL.
    • A fascinating artistic account came from Leow Puay Tin who writes modular, bilingual texts on cards, to be shuffled and used in varying ways.
    • They [conference participants] swapped titles and syllabuses and tips on presenting oral and bilingual texts to their students.
    • Forster cautions that future finds of bilingual texts could change the picture, but these results demonstrate the utility of his technique.
    • Later, he came to Boston and studied bilingual education in the University of Massachusetts where he taught science to Latino students at the high school level.
    • Blocked rules that would require federal agencies to offer bilingual assistance to non-English speaking persons.