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English translation of 'inglese'

inglese

(inˈɡlese)

adjective

  1. English
    andarsene o filarsela all'inglese to take French leave
    la squadra inglese the English team

masculine noun, feminine noun

  1. Englishman (Englishwoman)
    gli Inglesi the English, English people

masculine noun

  1. (lingua) English
    parlare (l')inglese to speak English
    parli inglese? do you speak English?

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'inglese' in Other Languages

British English: English /ˈɪŋɡlɪʃ/ ADJECTIVE
English means belonging or relating to England.
...the English way of life.
  • American English: English
  • Arabic: اِنْـجِلِيزيّ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: inglês
  • Chinese: 英国人的
  • Croatian: engleski
  • Czech: anglický
  • Danish: engelsk
  • Dutch: Engels
  • European Spanish: inglés
  • Finnish: englantilainen adjektiivi
  • French: anglais
  • German: englisch
  • Greek: αγγλικός
  • Italian: inglese
  • Japanese: イングランドの
  • Korean: 잉글랜드의
  • Norwegian: engelsk
  • Polish: angielski
  • European Portuguese: inglês
  • Romanian: englez
  • Russian: английский
  • Latin American Spanish: inglés
  • Swedish: engelsk
  • Thai: เกี่ยวกับชาวอังกฤษ
  • Turkish: İngiliz
  • Ukrainian: англійський
  • Vietnamese: thuộc nước Anh
British English: English /ˈɪŋɡlɪʃ/ NOUN
English is the language spoken in Great Britain and Ireland, the United States, Canada, Australia, and many other countries.
  • American English: English
  • Arabic: اِنـْجِلِيزيّ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: inglês
  • Chinese: 英语
  • Croatian: engleski
  • Czech: angličtina
  • Danish: engelsk
  • Dutch: Engels
  • European Spanish: inglés
  • Finnish: englanti kieli
  • French: anglais
  • German: Engländer
  • Greek: Άγγλος
  • Italian: inglese
  • Japanese: 英語
  • Korean: 잉글랜드 사람
  • Norwegian: engelsk
  • Polish: Anglik
  • European Portuguese: inglês
  • Romanian: engleză
  • Russian: английский язык
  • Latin American Spanish: inglés
  • Swedish: engelska
  • Thai: ภาษาอังกฤษ
  • Turkish: İngiliz
  • Ukrainian: англійська мова
  • Vietnamese: tiếng Anh
British English: Englishman /ˈɪŋɡlɪʃmən/ NOUN
An Englishman is a man who comes from England.
  • American English: Englishman
  • Arabic: رَجُلٌ اِنْـجِليزيّ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: inglês
  • Chinese: 英国人
  • Croatian: Englez
  • Czech: Angličan
  • Danish: englænder
  • Dutch: Engelsman
  • European Spanish: inglés
  • Finnish: englantilainen henkilö
  • French: Anglais
  • German: Engländer
  • Greek: Εγγλέζος
  • Italian: inglese
  • Japanese: イングランド人男性
  • Korean: 잉글랜드 사람
  • Norwegian: engelskmann
  • Polish: Anglik
  • European Portuguese: inglês
  • Romanian: englez
  • Russian: англичанин
  • Latin American Spanish: inglés
  • Swedish: engelsman
  • Thai: ชายชาวอังกฤษ
  • Turkish: İngiliz
  • Ukrainian: англієць
  • Vietnamese: đàn ông Anh
British English: Englishwoman /ˈɪŋɡlɪʃˌwʊmən/ NOUN
An Englishwoman is a woman who comes from England.
  • American English: Englishwoman
  • Arabic: اِمْرَأَةٌ اِنْـجِليزيَّة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: inglesa
  • Chinese: 英国女人
  • Croatian: Engleskinja
  • Czech: Angličanka
  • Danish: englænder
  • Dutch: Engelse
  • European Spanish: inglesa
  • Finnish: englantilainen nainen
  • French: Anglaise
  • German: Engländerin
  • Greek: Εγγλέζα
  • Italian: inglese
  • Japanese: イングランド人女性
  • Korean: 잉글랜드 여자
  • Norwegian: engelsk kvinne
  • Polish: Angielka
  • European Portuguese: inglesa
  • Romanian: englezoaică
  • Russian: англичанка
  • Latin American Spanish: inglesa
  • Swedish: engelska
  • Thai: หญิงชาวอังกฤษ
  • Turkish: İngiliz kadın
  • Ukrainian: англійка
  • Vietnamese: phụ nữ Anh

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Translation of inglese from the Collins Italian to English
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