Ecuadoran


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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Ecuadoran - a native or inhabitant of EcuadorEcuadoran - a native or inhabitant of Ecuador  
Ecuador, Republic of Ecuador - a republic in northwestern South America; became independent from Spain in 1822; the landscape is dominated by the Andes
South American - a native or inhabitant of South America
Translations

Ecuadoran

[ˌekwəˈdɔːrən] Ecuadorian [ˌekwəˈdɔːrɪən]
A. ADJecuatoriano
B. Necuatoriano/a m/f

Ecuador(i)an

adjecuadorianisch, ekuadorianisch
nEcuadorianer(in) m(f), → Ekuadorianer(in) m(f)
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But Kohn accused the company of trying to hide behind the Ecuadoran authorities.
This appears to be changing, though, with the Ecuadoran government's plans to invest close to US$900 million on three airports and a highway.
Gomez Platero Arquitectos looked first to Ecuador, where it beat Argentine, Ecuadoran and Spanish architects for a $40 million contract to redesign a bus station in Guayaquil.
Ecuadoran Economy Minister Mauricio Pozo took office at the beginning of 2003 with the new administration of President Lucio Gutierrez.
True, that partner was not Ecuadoran, but neither was LanChile nor Ecuatoriana's previous partner, Wagner Canhedo, the head of Brazil's VASP.
ECUADORAN PRESIDENT GUSTAVO Noboa slept less than most of his countrymen the weekend of the Jan.
With three controversial agreements, the Ecuadoran government decided to forget incidents that strained its diplomatic relations with neighboring Colombia.
Hugo Boss, Pierre Cardin and Valentino Rossi, among other designers, are happy to buy buttons of Ecuadoran origin.
Webster's lists Ecuadoran as the first choice, followed by Ecuadorian.
On November 13, a federal district court in New York ruled that it did not have jurisdiction over a suit brought by thousands of Ecuadoran indigenous people against Texaco for pollution of the Ecuadoran Amazon.
oil giant has pumped a billion barrels of crude oil out of the Ecuadoran rainforest--one of the world's most bilogically diverse--and left behind an ecological horror show.
The Ecuadoran government, along with other progressive Latin American governments such as those of Venezuela, Bolivia, Argentina, and Nicaragua, are challenging the role of the Inter-American System for the protection of human rights, created within the Organization of American States (OAS), which they accuse of being a political platform that seeks to discredit governments that have moved away from US influence.