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Spaniard
American English: /ˈspænjərd/
British English: /ˈspanjəd/

Translation of Spaniard in Spanish:

noun

  • español, (-ñola) (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • Ecuador's 11 million people are descended from Spaniards, Indians, Africans, and other Europeans.
    • In the 1560s England was jealous of Spain, because the Spaniards were taking gold and silver from the Americas and the English wanted some of that wealth.
    • Recognizing the power of the English fleet, the Spaniards headed back to Spain.

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