Translation of Korean in Spanish:

Korean

coreano, adj.

Pronunciation /kəˈriən//kəˈriːən/

adjective

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    coreano

noun

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    (person)
    coreano masculine
    coreana feminine
    • The fear at home is simply that the Koreans will be the first host nation not to make it through the first round.
    • The Koreans outplayed the Indian team with swift clinical and calibrated moves from the wings.
    • As a result, factory work often falls to the poorest Koreans, or to legal or illegal migrant workers.
    • Twelve years on, an equally undistinguished result against the Koreans was greeted with nary an insult passed.
    • He said he was most concerned about actions of illegal aliens, not ethnic Koreans native to Japan.
    • Still, this is no excuse for ending the effort to seek the understanding of Chinese and Koreans.
    • Let us hope that the Korea Train Express will improve the lives of Koreans and be an asset to the nation.
    • Clearly, intermarriage between Koreans and soldiers was behind the second wave.
    • It will allow some ethnic Koreans living in Japan to visit their North Korean relatives.
    • My advice to young Koreans is that it is a wonderful country to live in.
    • I am going to take them to a Korean traditional village where they can experience how Koreans used to live.
    • The Koreans and the Turks are still way up there, though so are the Czechs and the Slovaks.
    • In June, Koreans showed the world their power and spirit during the World Cup.
    • I tend to agree with him that Koreans should eat what they wish, and let the west take care of their own backyard.
    • The capital should be preserved as the main city for all Koreans, including our descendants to come.
    • Many Japanese think they can do nothing to persuade the Chinese and Koreans to relent.
    • In doing this, he renewed an issue many Koreans and Chinese feel very strongly about.
    • Would such an exercise truly help Koreans gain a sense of empowerment and help them move on from their dark past?
    • There are a lot of Chinese women here who are not ethnic Koreans, and their life is much harder.
    • Fellow Koreans, now is the time to make our society a better place to live and to make all of our dreams and hopes come true.
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    (language)
    coreano masculine
    • Rules of the Road is available in English, Chinese, Portuguese, Korean, Persian and Spanish.
    • I wonder whether Mr John Davy can speak Chinese, Korean, and Japanese, on top of his other skills?
    • The system can now be used for any language apart from Japanese, Chinese and Korean, which have too many characters.
    • The island is called Takeshima in Japanese and Tokto in Korean.
    • This happened even though the mothers spoke only in Korean when they interacted with their children.
    • The Tianjin People's Broadcasting Station will offer programmes in Korean beginning today.
    • The Koreans sang and chanted throughout the march in Spanish, English and Korean.
    • Also included on this disc are subtitles in English, French, Spanish, and Korean.
    • The main culprits appeared to be Japanese, Korean and Italian.
    • She had been told that the young chef came from Korea, so she replied in Korean, a language Pascal could not understand at all.
    • A list of all formulae named either in Chinese, Japanese or Korean or in two of these languages was made.
    • Later these were translated into Tibetan, Chinese, Mongolian, Korean, Japanese and so forth.
    • Both schools offered courses in Chinese and Korean as foreign language classes.
    • One of them saw the girls and yelled in an indiscernible language, maybe Korean.
    • Unfortunately, our Chinese, Japanese and Korean is not too good, otherwise we'd link to those sites all the time.
    • Apart from English, Catherine can speak basic Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Thai.
    • Many features of Korean separate it from English and other Indo-European languages.
    • The island is known as Takeshima in Japanese, Tokto in Korean and the Liancourt Rocks in English.
    • The book has been translated into English, French, German, Japanese, Korean and Greek.
    • The governor said Thai guides would be regularly offered training courses in Korean and other languages.