One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Relating to Argentina or its people.
- ‘That coup sent a young Argentinian doctor fleeing to Mexico.’
- ‘He originally lived here with his second wife, a wealthy Argentinian artist.’
- ‘The narrative, livened by a selection of Argentinian political cartoons, demonstrates the power of applied economics.’
- ‘We could use macroeconomic tools to do a cost-benefit analysis of orthodox Argentinian policies over almost a half century.’
- ‘A week-long medical convention is being held in an Argentinian hotel well past its prime.’
A native or inhabitant of Argentina, or a person of Argentine descent.
- ‘A bearded Argentinian makes a run through the penalty box like a slalom skier, at improbable angles for a man with the ball.’
- ‘This striving towards "new" music while continuing to integrate indigenous elements suggests a clear correlation with the work of Piazzolla, an Argentinian.’
- ‘The director, an Argentinian who lives in Brazil, made his name in the West with the understated prison movie Kiss of the Spider Woman.’
- ‘We hear the Argentinian describe how he arrived in a new town and caused a sensation in the local press by pretending to be a distinguished expert on leprosy.’
- ‘It is now over 50 years since that young Argentinian spent $800 on a motorbike so that he and his close friend could travel around Latin America.’
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