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Spanish translation of “foreign”

foreign

adjective /ˈforən/
belonging to a country other than one’s own
extranjero
foreign coins a foreign passport.
(with to) not naturally part of
ajeno a
Anger was foreign to her nature.
foreigner noun a person from another country.
extranjero
an unfamiliar person.
extraño
foreign exchange noun (business) a system for changing the money of one country into the money of another country
mercados de cambio
foreign exchange markets.
(business) money obtained by using a system for changing the money of one country into the money of another country
cambio
Tourism is a valuable source of foreign exchange.
(Definition of foreign from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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