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From Spanish español or from Middle French espaignol, from Old French espagneul or espaigneul, borrowed from Old Occitan espaignol, espainol, from a Vulgar Latin *Hispaniolus, from Latin hispānus, from Hispania. See also épagneul (spaniel).

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espagnol (feminine singular espagnole, masculine plural espagnols, feminine plural espagnoles)

  1. Spanish, from or otherwise related to Spain, its people etc.
    L'Inquisition espagnole s'appelle ainsi parce qu'elle était la contribution -ardente- de l'état espagnol à la lutte contre l'hérésie
    The Spanish Inquisition was thus named because it was the -ardent- contribution of the Spanish state to the fight against heresy

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espagnol m (uncountable)

  1. Spanish language

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