Translation of Turkish in Spanish:

Turkish

turco, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈtərkɪʃ//ˈtəːkɪʃ/

adjective

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    turco
    • The Turkish language, due to Turkey's Islamic heritage, originally used Arabic script.
    • Two days and an enormous amount of Turkish money later, I, along with five New Zealanders and an Aussie, set sail.
    • Tas is now on trial in Turkey, charged with insulting the Turkish state and its founder.
    • This very abridged story from a Turkish newspaper could be of interest.
    • Well, I think the role of Turkey and the Turkish government is fascinating.
    • Lovestruck teenager Rachael Lloyd arrived back in the UK yesterday, after seeing her Turkish lover jailed for five years.
    • This is no reflection on the people of Turkey or the Turkish population of York.
    • He decreed that the Roman Script would be used for the Turkish language.
    • Tens of thousands of people danced in the streets of Istanbul and other Turkish towns and cities and showered each other with confetti and red rose petals.
    • Many people here might consider taking a winter break in Turkey, but the idea of a Turkish family coming to Scotland in winter is a novelty.
    • The Turkish language taught and spoken in Bulgaria now, is much closer to the language spoken in contemporary Turkey.
    • It's splendid decor evokes images of a mysterious Turkish palace.
    • Recent article have mentioned further foot-dragging on the part of the Turkish Parliament.
    • I moved into the English language the way I moved along with the Turkish language.
    • She was holidaying with Mrs Lloyd, and her sister Becky, 16, when she began her relationship with the Turkish barman.
    • Businessman Paul Cleasby is home from a Turkish jail in time for Christmas but has been left counting the huge financial and personal cost of his ordeal.
    • The Turkish goalkeeper had been so dismissive of United's chances before the game but he obviously had not seen much of Rooney.
    • This restaurant fails in all areas of snob value bar one: for the connoisseur seeking authentic Turkish cuisine.
    • The management hopes to invite Turkish musicians to accompany the dancing, which will perhaps make it more festive as well.
    • Here, the Turkish press had assembled to meet the buses.

noun

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    turco masculine
    • Enough has been written about how the word came from Persian or Turkish.
    • He was in his early forties, and not uncultured; he spoke French and Turkish as well as Arabic.
    • He knows he has to speak English and, fortunately, my Turkish has improved so I can understand him.
    • Musharraf, an Urdu speaker, lived in Turkey from the age of six to 13, and speaks Turkish fluently.
    • She told me that as she is growing older, whenever she gets emotional, the words come out in Turkish.
    • Farsi, Arabic, and Turkish are what Middle Eastern history students call primary source languages.
    • Most Muslims in Australia speak Arabic, followed by Turkish, English only, Indonesian or Malay, and Urdu.
    • During the Ottoman era, Turkish was written in Arabic script, from right to left.
    • When they switch to Farsi or throw in some Turkish, I lose what little grasp I have on the conversation.
    • The information will be given in English, Spanish, Turkish, Arabic, Chinese and Russian.
    • Cahit barely speaks Turkish; when he meets Sibel's family her brother comments on the fact.
    • Its arguments were that Turkish is not the official language of the country so it could not be officially used in state institutions.
    • There was not one person on duty who spoke any language other than Turkish.
    • The two languages spoken in Cyprus are Greek and Turkish, but English is spoken by almost everybody there.
    • Choose your favorite political clichés and have them all translated into Turkish.
    • I presume studies on the influence of Turkish on the Persian language and Arabic, have been done.
    • Since 1928, thanks to Kemal Ataturk, Turkish is written in a slightly modified version of the Roman alphabet.
    • They, like the lower urban class, tend to speak Turkish with regional accents and grammatical peculiarities.
    • They spoke an Altaic language related to Mongol and Turkish, and still constitute a distinct ethnic group in China.
    • I could recognize it was Turkish, but otherwise did not understand a word.