One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Relating to Ecuador or its people.‘the Ecuadorian government’
- ‘There's a sense of wanting to be not mistaken for Mexican or Cuban: 'I want to be Ecuadorean'.’
- ‘The aircraft load up on Colombian flowers, Ecuadorian fish, and Peruvian asparagus.’
- ‘It was refreshing to converse, even in my broken Spanish, about the state of Ecuadorian politics and farming.’
- ‘Spanish, called Castellano, is the official Ecuadorian language.’
- ‘People throughout Ecuador make it very clear that identification as Ecuadorian is for all people, not only for the elite and upper-middle classes.’
A native or inhabitant of Ecuador.‘the Ecuadorians raced to victory, taking five out of the last six games’
- ‘The ball spun for the Ecuadorean and he banged in a fierce shot which the goalkeeper could only palm away.’
- ‘An Ecuadorian conducts Spanish-language services at Birmingham's Dawson Memorial Baptist Church.’
- ‘I have this facility with accents because I grew up with Cubans, Puerto Ricans, Colombians, Ecuadoreans, Salvadorans and Argentines.’
- ‘Like thousands of Ecuadorians, Olga was quick to find a job after she arrived in Madrid four years ago.’
- ‘We want all the problems to be resolved well and for Ecuadorians to live in peace.’
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