Meaning of “Esperanto” in the English Dictionary


"Esperanto" in English

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Esperantonoun [ U ]

uk /ˌes.pərˈæn.təʊ/ us /ˌes.pəˈræn.toʊ/

Examples from literature

  • About three weeks before the congress he got a member of his family to read aloud to him every day as far as possible a page or two of Esperanto, in order to attune his ear. 
  • In Germany the authorities and scientific people have very strongly espoused Esperanto. 
  • The following table illustrates the perfect simplicity and terseness of the Esperanto verb. 
  • This relatively wider international appeal is another advantage of Esperanto. 
  • Will you learn Esperanto at Eton? 

(Definition of “Esperanto” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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