|For the noun: ||Portuguese|
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WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2015
Por•tu•guese /ˌpɔrtʃəˈgiz, -ˈgis, pɔrtʃəˌgiz, -ˌgis/USA pronunciation adj., n., pl. -guese.
adj. of or relating to Portugal.
of or relating to the language spoken in Portugal.
[countable] a person born or living in Portugal.
[uncountable] the language spoken in Portugal.
WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2015 Por•tu•guese
(pôr′chə gēz′, -gēs′, pōr′-; pôr′chə gēz′, -gēs′, pōr′-), adj., n., pl. -guese.
Language Varietiesof, pertaining to, or characteristic of Portugal, its inhabitants, or their language.
Language Varietiesa native or inhabitant of Portugal.
Language Varietiesa Romance language spoken in Portugal, Brazil, and a few countries of Africa. Abbr.: Pg, Pg.
- Portuguese português, Spanish portugués; see Portugal, -ese
Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::
Portuguese /ˌpɔːtjʊˈɡiːz/ n
- the official language of Portugal, its overseas territories, and Brazil: the native language of approximately 110 million people. It belongs to the Romance group of the Indo-European family and is derived from the Galician dialect of Vulgar Latin
- ( pl -guese) a native, citizen, or inhabitant of Portugal
- relating to, denoting, or characteristic of Portugal, its inhabitants, or their language
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