Ibáñez

[ ee-vahn-yeth ]
/ iˈvɑn yɛθ /

noun

Vi·cen·te Blas·co [bee-then-te -blahs-kaw]. /biˈθɛn tɛ ˈblɑs kɔ/. Blasco Ibáñez, Vicente.

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Example sentences from the Web for Ibáñez

  • But if you are hungry, hungry for good, hunt up the Ibanez place.

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  • She was awed that evening by hearing her waitress discussing the novels of Ibanez.

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  • Madame Ibanez thought them beautiful, but she became very serious when the poet told her they were dedicated to her daughter.

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British Dictionary definitions for Ibáñez

Ibáñez
/ (Spanish iˈβaɲɛθ) /

noun

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