- [colloquial/familiar]to welsh
onsth/sb she welshed on the debt se hizo la sueca y no pagó la deuda [colloquial/familiar] he'll welsh on you te va a fallar, no va a cumplir lo que te prometióMore example sentences
- He still owes me a housecleaning and babysitting from months back and anyone who welches on a promise isn't deserving of accolades.
- Toni smiled, settling down, realizing Jared wasn't welching out on his promise.
- It allows people to welsh on their debts, and it is telling that creditors who submitted were unanimously opposed to this.
- 1.1 uncountable/no numerable (language) galés (masculine)More example sentences1.2 (people) (+ plural verb/+ verbo en plural) the Welsh los galeses
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- Iris was brought up to speak Welsh as her first language and was able to switch from one language to the other with great ease.
- Gaelic began to eclipse Welsh, though Welsh was still spoken in some areas in the mid-12th cent.
- Children go to local schools, become acculturated in their turn and speak Welsh.
- The castle stands high above a crossing point of the river Wye, an area taken from the Welsh by the Normans only in the late C11.
- They want British national identity to be extended to them on the same basis that it is to the English, the Scots and the Welsh.
- Considerable vestiges of these remained among the Welsh in the time of the Saxon Heptarchy.