Translation of ilk in Spanish:

ilk

Pronunciation: /ɪlk/

n

  • 1.1 (type, sort) tipo (m), clase (f) people of that ilk la gente de ese tipo or esa clase or [pejorative/peyorativo] esa calaña or ralea
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    • I suspect my old school chums, those who were of the right ilk, went down this path and have continued.
    • The drive to increase access to universities fits in with New Labour pronouncements on social inclusion and the ilk.
    • But so it was until it was won by vibrant and brave men of the ilk of Sir George.
    1.2 (place) (Scotland/Escocia) of that ilk Macleod of that ilk Macleod, del lugar homónimo

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