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Translation of "Jew" - English-Spanish dictionary

Jew

noun   /dʒuː/
someone whose religion is Judaism, or who is related to the ancient people of Israel judío, -a
(Definition of Jew from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

Jew

noun /dʒuː/
a member of the Jewish people, whose religion is Judaism judío an orthodox Jew.
Jewish /-iʃ/ adjective
judío Jewish food the Jewish New Year.
(Definition of Jew from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “Jew”
in Korean 유대인…
in Arabic يَهودي…
in Malaysian orang Yahudi…
in French juif/-ive…
in Russian еврей, еврейка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 猶太人, 猶太教徒…
in Italian ebreo, -a…
in Turkish Yahudi, Musevi dinine inanan…
in Polish Żyd…
in Vietnamese người Do Thái…
in Portuguese judeu, judia…
in Thai ผู้นับถือศาสนายิว…
in German der Jude…
in Catalan jueu, jueva…
in Japanese ユダヤ人…
in Chinese (Simplified) 犹太人, 犹太教徒…
in Indonesian Yahudi…
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