Latin American


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Latin American

n.
1. A native or inhabitant of Latin America.
2. A person having an ancestor or ancestors from Latin America.

Lat′in A·mer′i·can, Lat′in-A·mer′i·can adj.
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Latin American

n
(Peoples) a native or inhabitant of Latin America
adj
1. (Placename) of or relating to Latin America or its inhabitants
2. (Peoples) of or relating to Latin America or its inhabitants
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Latin American - a native of Latin AmericaLatin American - a native of Latin America    
Latin America - the parts of North America and South America to the south of the United States where Romance languages are spoken
spic, spik - (ethnic slur) offensive term for persons of Latin American descent
American - a native or inhabitant of a North American or Central American or South American country
transmigrante - a Latin American who buys used goods in the United States and takes them to Latin America to sell
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Translations
latinskoamerickýlatiskoamerický
latinamerikansk
latinalaisamerikkalainen
latino-américainlatinoaméricain
latinoamerički
latin-amerikai
rómansk-amerískur
ラテンアメリカの
라틴 아메리카의
latinskoamerickýobyvateľ Latinskej Ameriky
latinamerikansk
เกี่ยวกับละตินอเมริกา
Latin AmerikaLâtin Amerikalı
thuộc Mỹ La tinh

Latin American

[ˈlætɪnəˈmerɪkən]
A. ADJlatinoamericano
B. Nlatinoamericano/a m/f
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Latin American

nLateinamerikaner(in) m(f)
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Latin American

[ˈlætɪnəˈmɛrɪkən]
1. adjdell'America Latina, latino-americano/a
2. nlatino-americano/a
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Latin

(ˈlӕtin) noun, adjective
1. (of) the language spoken in ancient Rome. We studied Latin at school; a Latin lesson.
2. (a person) who speaks a language derived from Latin.
Latin America
the countries of Central and South America, where the official language is usually a form of either Spanish or Portuguese.
Latin American noun, adjective
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Latin American

مِنْ أَمْرِيكَا اللَّاتِينِيَّةُ latinskoamerický latinamerikansk lateinamerikanisch λατινοαμερικανικός latinoamericano latinalaisamerikkalainen latino-américain latinoamerički latino-americano ラテンアメリカの 라틴 아메리카의 Latijns-Amerikaans latinamerikansk latynoamerykański latino-americano латиноамериканский latinamerikansk เกี่ยวกับละตินอเมริกา Latin Amerika thuộc Mỹ La tinh 拉丁美洲的
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