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Portugueseadjective

uk   /ˌpɔː.tʃəˈɡiːz/ us   /ˌpɔːr.tʃəˈɡiːz/
belonging to or relating to Portugal, its people, or its language: Portuguese food/customs

Portuguesenoun

uk   /ˌpɔː.tʃəˈɡiːz/ us   /ˌpɔːr.tʃəˈɡiːz/ plural Portuguese
[U] the main language spoken in Portugal
[C] a person from Portugal: There are six Spaniards and a Portuguese in the class.
(Definition of Portuguese from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “Portuguese”
in Arabic بُرتُغاليّ…
in Korean 포르투갈의…
in Portuguese português…
in Catalan portuguès…
in Japanese ポルトガルの, ポルトガル人の, ポルトガル語の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 葡萄牙的, 葡萄牙人的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 葡萄牙的, 葡萄牙人的…
in Italian portoghese…
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