Spanglish

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Spang·lish

 (spăng′glĭsh)
n.
Spanish characterized by numerous borrowings from English.

[Blend of Spanish and English.]
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Spanglish

(ˈspæŋɡlɪʃ)
n
(Languages) chiefly US a variety of English heavily influenced by Spanish, commonly spoken in US Hispanic communities
[C20: from a blend of Spanish + English]
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Spang•lish

(ˈspæŋ glɪʃ; often -lɪʃ)

n.
1. a form of Spanish that employs many English loanwords.
2. any blend or mixture of Spanish and English.
[1965–70;b. Spanish and English]
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Translations

Spanglish

[ˈspæŋglɪʃ] N (hum) → espanglish m
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