[ es-pah-nyawl ]
/ ɛs pɑˈnyɔl /
noun, plural es·pa·ño·les [es-pah-nyaw-les] /ɛs pɑˈnyɔ lɛs/ for 2.
the Spanish language.
a native or inhabitant of Spain.
of or relating to Spain, the Spanish people, or the Spanish language.
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