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Translation of "folk" - English-Spanish dictionary

folk

noun   /fəʊk/ UK informal ( US folks /fəʊks/)
people gente old folk
adjective   /fəʊk/
B1 typical of the people of a particular group or country folklórico folk dancing
(Definition of folk from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

folk

noun plural /fouk/
(especially American folks) people gente The folk in this town are very friendly.
folks noun plural
(informal) one’s family familia My folks live nearby.
folklore noun
the study of the customs, beliefs, stories, traditions etc of a particular people folclore the folklore of the American Indians.
(Definition of folk from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “folk”
in Korean 사람들…
in Arabic ناس…
in Malaysian orang…
in French gens…
in Russian люди, народная музыка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 人們, (尤指某一群體或類型的)人們…
in Italian gente…
in Turkish insanlar, halk, halk türküsü…
in Polish ludzie, folk…
in Vietnamese người…
in Portuguese pessoas, povo, gente…
in Thai ประชาชน…
in German die Leute (pl.)…
in Catalan gent…
in Japanese 人々…
in Chinese (Simplified) 人们, (尤指某一群体或类型的)人们…
in Indonesian rakyat…
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