Translation of Vietnamese in Spanish:


vietnamita, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌvɪɛtnəˈmiːz//ˈvjɛtnəmiːz//viˌɛtnəˈmiz/


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    vietnamita feminine
    • I think it's no accident that the best cooks on Earth are the Basque and the Vietnamese.
    • Western love songs, especially slow, sad songs recorded by Asian artists, are also much loved by the Vietnamese.
    • From the 1400s on, the Cambodians lost territory to both the Siamese and the Vietnamese.
    • He honestly thought that Americans tried to improve the lot of the Vietnamese.
    • Thais and Vietnamese also came in large numbers and this is really where Asian Fusion cooking was born.
    • The streets to the American Embassy were so crowded with GIs and Vietnamese alike, all wanted to leave the gem of the orient.
    • They share their classrooms with Arabs, Africans and Vietnamese.
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    vietnamita masculine
    • The books have been re-published many times, in a number of different Asian languages including Japanese and Vietnamese.
    • For general sessions I speak in Vietnamese, except when interacting on an individual basis, when I use English.
    • Lady Borton, who speaks Vietnamese, finds the atmosphere far more hospitable now than in the early years of independence.
    • This person may have married an Irish person but probably still thinks in and speaks Vietnamese.
    • He speaks five languages, Vietnamese, French, Greek, Spanish and some other obscure language.
    • In addition, Cambodians have borrowed words from Thai, French, Chinese, and Vietnamese.