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Sioux
American English: /su/
British English: /suː/

Translation of Sioux in Spanish:

noun plural Sioux

  • sioux (masculine and feminine)
    Example sentences
    • Before long the Sioux, who can't speak English, let alone French, finds himself fighting for survival on the streets of Marseille.
    • I don't know if Congress included representatives of the Sioux in their deliberations when the legislation was discussed.
    • North Dakota's mascot, by the way, is the fighting Sioux.

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