Definition of 'Spaniard'
Example sentences containing 'Spaniard'
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Ryle was relieved as the Spaniard gave him a twinkling smile and glanced suggestively at the empty glass that stood before him on the bar. DOUBLE DECEITWhen the Spaniard had left them alone together he didn't mince words. DOUBLE DECEIT
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Translations for 'Spaniard'
British English: Spaniard /ˈspænjəd/ NOUN
A Spaniard is a Spanish citizen, or a person of Spanish origin.
- American English: Spaniard
- Arabic: إِسْبَانِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: espanhol
- Chinese: 西班牙人
- Croatian: Španjolac
- Czech: Španěl
- Danish: spanier
- Dutch: Spanjaard
- European Spanish: español
- Finnish: espanjalainen henkilö
- French: Espagnol
- German: Spanier
- Greek: Ισπανός
- Italian: spagnolo
- Japanese: スペイン人
- Korean: 스페인 사람
- Norwegian: spanjol
- Polish: Hiszpan
- European Portuguese: espanhol
- Romanian: spaniol
- Russian: испанец
- Latin American Spanish: español
- Swedish: spanjor
- Thai: ชาวสเปน
- Turkish: İspanyol
- Ukrainian: іспанець
- Vietnamese: người Tây Ban Nha
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