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dialect
American English: /ˈdaɪəˌlɛkt/
British English: /ˈdʌɪəlɛkt/

Translation of dialect in Spanish:

noun

  • to speak (in) dialect
    hablar (en) dialecto
    (before noun) (atlas/geography)
    a dialect word
    un vocablo dialectal
    un dialectalismo
    Example sentences
    • The Jutes settled in and near Kent, but the dialect for the region is known as Kentish, not Jutish.
    • Many families speak Alsacien, a dialect peculiar to the region, quite different from either French or German.
    • The Thai language has four main dialects, and many regional expressions, so there is plenty of margin for error in communication.

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