Translation of pan-American in Spanish:


panamericano, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌpænəˈmɛrəkən/


  • 1

    • Someone said the same thing was happening in New York and Chicago in a pan-American doomsday.
    • The vision includes consolidating Mexico's position in a pan-American trading block, but important social improvements are envisaged as well.
    • The issue was a constant bone of contention throughout the period between the first and the sixth pan-American conferences.
    • This pan-American organization was created in 1990 to bring opposition forces together and to develop common policy initiatives.
    • An unprecedented pan-American alliance of campaigners has mobilized popular education and protest against the trade agreement, which they see as anti-democratic.