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Caucasian

Pronunciation: /kɔːˈkeɪʒən/

Translation of Caucasian in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 [Geography/Geografía] [Linguistics/Lingüística] caucasiano, caucásico
    Example sentences
    • Georgian is part of the South Caucasian family of languages: Zan (Mengrelo-Chan), Svan, and Georgian proper (Kartuli).
    • Georgian - a South Caucasian (or ‘Kartvelian’) language unrelated to any other outside the immediate region - is one of the oldest living languages in the world, and it has its own distinctive alphabet.
    • The majority language is Georgian, which belongs to the Kartvelian (South Caucasian) language group.
    1.2 [Anthropology/Antropología] caucásico the suspect is a Caucasian male el sospechoso es un hombre blanco
    Example sentences
    • Babies were harvested from the Lambadas - a nomadic community found all over India with fair, Caucasian features.
    • Similarly, many modeling contests in Asia and Africa have selected winners who have Caucasian looks in an attempt to meet Western standards.
    • The situation is indeed peculiar to post-colonial India, because one actually has fair looking specimens of the Caucasian variety in abundance all over north India.
    Example sentences
    • Overall, the sample was homogeneous with respect to ethnicity and country of origin (17 Caucasian European Americans and two international Asian students).
    • I'm a citizen of Caucasian origin, having grown up in a bourgeois middle-class environment in New Orleans, but I had long become alienated from that segment of the population.
    • So please, our world is much larger than the world of the traditional Caucasian theatre.

noun/nombre

  • [Anthropology/Antropología] caucásico, (masculine, feminine) police are looking for a young Caucasian la policía busca a un joven de raza blanca

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