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Caribbean Spanish

[ kar-uh-bee-uhn span-ish, kuh-rib-ee- ]
/ ˌkær əˈbi ən ˈspæn ɪʃ, kəˈrɪb i- /
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noun
the collective Spanish dialects of the Caribbean, as spoken in the islands of the Antilles (Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico) and the coastal regions of neighboring countries (Colombia, Venezuela, Panama).
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Origin of Caribbean Spanish

First recorded in 1965–70
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