Translation of Spanish in Spanish:

Spanish

español, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈspanɪʃ//ˈspænɪʃ/

adjective

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    español
    Linguistics castellano
    Linguistics español
    • The basic problem for Spanish films isn't financial, but in promotion and distribution.
    • She developed a sudden interest in the color pink and the Spanish language, you see.
    • The virus spreads itself via email using a variety of Spanish language phrases and filenames.
    • This pastry of Spanish origin is stuffed with meat, cheese, or seafood, as well as onion, raisins, and olives.
    • The Spanish heartthrob, who plays masked hero Zorro, admits his wife is a better horse rider than him.
    • The wake, which has a medieval Spanish origin, is losing popularity.
    • Throughout the 18th century diplomats continued to take advantage of their residence in Spain to buy Spanish art.
    • He was the greatest knight in the world and a deluded Spanish gentleman to precisely the same degree.
    • They know they will be able to find jobs where they can use their Spanish language and communicate with bosses.
    • To play Zahara, he had to adopt not only a Spanish accent but Spanish body language, going so far as to take flamenco lessons.
    • He loved the Spanish language more than any other and had long planned to translate Gongora.
    • Since we are in Spain, I limit my viewing to the Spanish painters: Goya and Velázquez.
    • How on earth do you argue with a Spanish trader when you can't speak the language?
    • Here at Victoria the Spanish programme is the fastest growing of all the language schools.
    • You will find most of the students in Spanish language classes at our High
    • Later, he featured in a series of Spanish ads for Renault.
    • When you come to Spain we'll play Spanish music, we'll sing and we'll even dance.
    • The poem is among the most famous in the Spanish language.
    • The biggest success in Spain was not an American film, but a Spanish film.
    • Set in North Eastern Province of Argentina, this is a Spanish language film with a heroine who barely speaks the language.

noun

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    (language)
    castellano masculine
    español masculine
    • There are subtitles present in Spanish, French, and English for the hearing impaired.
    • Now the newsletter is hosted on a dozen of sites and is translated into Spanish, German, French, Dutch and Italian.
    • From the autumn, it will be broadcast in English and Spanish to 35 million households.
    • Barnes was proficient in Spanish, French, and German and read three other languages.
    • You might ask me how I cope in Spain without having Spanish as my first language - and this is meaningful.
    • In those parts of Spain in which Spanish is the only language, dialectical patterns can remain significant.
    • He yelled at me in an archaic dialect of Spanish, and I understood every word.
    • The main language I speak, at home is Spanish, as does everyone else in Chile.
    • All geeks rue their choice on arriving at university and wish that they had chosen to study English, French or Spanish.
    • He was a dominant player, and a dominant boxer, and he spoke French and Spanish in addition to English.
    • She didn't speak French any more than I spoke Spanish, but she liked to pretend.
    • Catalan has obvious connections with forms of French as well as Spanish.
    • As with languages like Spanish and French, there are masculine and feminine words.
    • The Creoles are English-speaking, although many speak Spanish as a second language.
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    (people)
    the Spanish (Hispanics) los hispanos
    • The music of these poems remains in the Spanish; it cannot be conveyed in English.
    • All translations from the Spanish in the essay are mine unless otherwise noted.
    • The Dance of the Conquest recalls the victory of the Spanish over the Amerindians.
    • In Los Montezumas, the confrontation of the Spanish and Aztecs in Mexico is acted out.
    • Her image was used in the struggle for independence against the Spanish.
    • The English did attack but they were bravely fought off by the Spanish.
    • The Spanish introduced cattle, which became a source of wealth in the region.
    • Park space is limited to larger towns and cities that were founded by the Spanish.