Translation of Swiss in Spanish:

Swiss

suizo, adj.

Pronunciation /swɪs//swɪs/

adjective

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    suizo
    Swiss German/French/Italian el alemán/francés/italiano que se habla en Suiza
    • The Swiss cities of Zurich, Bern and Geneva are the best cities for quality of life, while Luxembourg is the world's safest.
    • Raised in Pennsylvania, he spent the summers in Switzerland with his Swiss architect father.
    • They insisted on the people being consulted in a Swiss style referendum where the details are on the table before, and not after they vote.
    • The music was written by a Swiss fan, and then I added the lyric.
    • The right in Switzerland has grown out of a peculiarly Swiss sensibility which is unlike any other in Europe.
    • Several other Swiss firms have also incurred substantial losses in the past year, as markets continue to underperform.
    • Indians have told time for generations with the finest of Swiss watches.
    • The 1950s former Swiss air force trainer jet had flown four times over the crowd before trying to turn when it corkscrewed and plummeted into a ridge.
    • Each household has its own favourite recipe, some containing Swiss cheeses that you're unlikely to see outside Switzerland.
    • The Swiss company says it was surprised at the announcement of the one day strike with provisional agreement on the cameras made in March.
    • A role model for any Swiss woman, Maja was born in Zurich, Switzerland, to doctor parents.
    • In 2001 Switzerland imported Bulgarian goods worth some 60 million Swiss francs.
    • It was founded in 1989 with the aim providing local Swiss audiences with quality opera and cantata performances.
    • The seizure is believed to have been prompted by a news item that included photographs of Swiss police officers at a G8 summit.
    • However, conditions on the mountain are treacherous and a Swiss team has already had two members so badly injured they were evacuated by helicopter.
    • As an honorary citizen and permanent resident, the Swiss businessman has been living and working in Shanghai for seven years.
    • Most Swiss youngsters have to choose in their mid-teens whether to pursue competitive sport, education or an apprenticeship.
    • And then there were the two Swiss men in the cell with him; like him they had never been charged - yet they had spent a year and a half in custody.
    • Apart from this company, an American, a French and a Swiss firm had bid for the consulting contract with the Finance Ministry.
    • See the page on card games in Switzerland for further information on games with Swiss cards.

noun

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    suizo masculine
    suiza feminine
    French/German/Italian Swiss suizo francés/alemán/italiano masculine