To subject to spanishing, a printing process in which an ink is deposited on the bottoms and sides of depressions formed in a plastic material (verb)
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Use "spanish" in a sentence
"Dracula 1931 in spanish is included in “Dracula-The Legacy Collection”"
"I'm new to the forum, so sorry if this has been asked already, but I was under the impression that the letter a in spanish is ALWAYS pronounced like the a in the word call. no exceptions .... yet, on another site that I'm studying spanish on, all of the sound files pronounce the a sound like the a in apple."
"#38 Colgate in spanish is not “go hang yourself” it means “go hang it yourself” sam Says:"