There are 2 translations of Anglo-Saxon in Spanish:

Anglo-Saxon1

Pronunciation: /ˌæŋgləʊˈsæksən/

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There are 2 translations of Anglo-Saxon in Spanish:

Anglo-Saxon2

n

  • 1.1 countable/numerable (person) anglosajón, (masculine, feminine)
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    • After the departure of the Romans in about 420, there were many wars in England involving Scots, Picts, Britons and Saxons, Anglo-Saxons and Danes, and, in 1066, the Norman conquest.
    • The English, who are a synthesis of Celts, Anglo-Saxons, Vikings and Norman French, provided the seed for this distinct culture.
    • Most notable amongst these were the counties or shires which the Normans inherited from the Anglo-Saxons.
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    • To what category such terms were juxtaposed was also unclear: was it the English, the Anglo-Saxons, the British?
    • The women of nineteenth-century Germany have been strikingly absent in almost any kind of historical work on this period whether written by Germans or Anglo-Saxons.
    • For the Anglo-Saxons, the Germans, and the Slavs do not possess, and will never possess, what the Latins, with the French at their head, have given and will continue to give to the civilized world.
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    • There's the fiery passion of the Latins, the cold implied fetishism of the Eastern European, and the faith-based frigidity of white Anglo-Saxons.
    • This may have something to do with the fact that bigger is more acceptable in African-American culture than among the mighty white uptight Anglo-Saxons.
    • What level does she calculate the immigrant population must exceed before the racist problem kicks in for her, a white woman among what she imagines to be fellow Anglo-Saxons?
    1.2 uncountable/no numerable (language) anglosajón (masculine)
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    • We do not go back and study French to study the roots of the English language; we go back and study Old English and Anglo-Saxon - or, at least, we used to in the time that I was at university.
    • The common tongue was by then very different from Old English or Anglo-Saxon.
    • In the following, italics are used for words in Swedish, while bold text indicates Old English, or Anglo-Saxon.
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    • In Gaelic, apparently, one word serves for both - but unfortunately this war of words has been conducted in English, albeit with some ripe Anglo-Saxon thrown in.
    • At first glance that hardly seems likely, given that Romanov has to speak through an interpreter - and how do you translate Lithuanian into basic Anglo-Saxon?
    • Note the pedigree beasts understand very loud Anglo-Saxon.

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Word of the day espárrago
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Cultural fact of the day

Junta Autonómica is the name given to the governments of Spain's autonomous regions, with the exception of Catalonia and Valencia's Generalitat and Galicia's Xunta.