Spanish englannista suomeksi
Of or pertaining to Spain.
Of or pertaining to the people or culture of Spain.
1996, Oscar Zeta Acosta, "From Whence I Came", ''Oscar "Zeta" Acosta: the uncollected works'', page 42
- Though she was Indian like the rest of us, she had a fine Spanish nose.
(RQ:Maugham Of Human Bondage)
(quote-book)|title=An International Language|page=48|passage=Therefore in Novial, as well as in Esp-Ido, we simplify the spelling in all words containing double letters in the national languages, from which the words are taken: ''pasa'' (E ''pass'', F ''passer''), ''efekte'', ''komun'' (F ''commun'', E ''common''), etc. In this we follow the beautiful example of Spanish, which writes ''pasar'', ''efecto'', ''común'', etc., and even extend it to cases in which Spanish makes a distinction in sound and spelling, as with ''ll'' and ''rr'': ''bel'' S ''bello'', F ''belle'', ''koresponda'', S ''corresponder'', etc.
People of Hispanic origin; one whose first language is Spanish.
1970, Henry Sioux Johnson, William J. Hernández-Martinez, ''Educating the Mexican American'', page 87
- Sixty-four percent ''more'' Spanish are functionally illiterate compared to Anglos in Lubbock (only 15 percent more of nonwhites than Anglos).
Spanish cuisine; traditional Spanish food.