Translation of Finnish in Spanish:


finlandés, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈfɪnɪʃ/


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    • He obtained a PhD in both philology and theology and possessed great knowledge of both the Sami and Finnish languages.
    • There's nothing whatsoever guessable about the Finnish language.
    • The Spaniard gained almost four seconds on the Finnish competitor, who was chasing him for fourth spot on the leaderboard.
    • My body isn't accustomed to Finnish mosquitoes yet so my entire leg flamed up and it looked nasty and itched like hell.
    • The British warship then sailed for an exercise with the Finnish navy before making her way to the Latvian capital, Riga.
    • The Finnish company expects to make announcements in other European territories in the coming months.
    • Moreover, in the Finnish countryside, alternatives to grain growing were scarce.
    • Unlike in many other countries, Finnish traffic fines vary according to the offender's average income.
    • It would have been enough to send many Finnish boys running to the relative safety of cross-country skiing or even ice-hockey.
    • The Finnish government voted yesterday to make it illegal to copy media, even for personal use, if you have to subvert copy protection to do so.
    • A Finnish man died in Beijing from the virus yesterday, taking the number of deaths in China's capital to four.
    • A Finnish woman said she needed a balcony to get her baby to sleep.
    • To his credit, though, the Finnish driver displayed great sportsmanship in defeat.
    • The Finnish cartoonist arrived with his wife and one-year-old child yesterday.
    • When he left, the boys told me that his mother was a Finnish princess and had to look at the country because her father, the King of Finland, was sick.
    • The two sides reached the basic agreement in the fifth round of talks that have been held in the Finnish capital since January.
    • Officers went to the area where the Finnish tourist was attacked to find the same three men attacking an Austrian couple.
    • In addition to the list, Finnish journalists highlight a few other interesting and anomalous tax returns.
    • The strike was supported by Swedish paper workers, who refused to take work diverted from Finnish paper mills.
    • We go to an exhibit of the history of Finnish shoe design and manufacture, which is less than inspiring.


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    finlandés masculine
    • There's an urban myth that you get better service at Helsinki upmarket shops if you speak Swedish instead of Finnish.
    • Until he was about eight years old he spoke no Finnish.
    • When one of the children spoke Finnish, they were all lined up and had their ears boxed one by one.
    • Nor has its CEO, Jorma Olilla, stumbled upon a marketing book yet to be translated from Finnish.
    • The only thing that really annoys him is when Laura begins to speak to the children in Finnish.
    • He travelled widely and mastered several European languages, including Finnish.
    • Maybe some of the adoption of Finnish was a way of distancing themselves from the Lapps as well.
    • Unless you read Russian or Finnish, the papers will be impenetrable, but there are a few memorable human details.
    • On Friday I flew to Helsinki for a book fair, as Finnish is one of the 21 languages into which my books are translated.
    • As the evening progressed, the accordion player moved on from more traditional tales of woe to sing the theme tune from Love Story in Finnish.
    • We removed one of the cynicism items from this study because of its ambiguous formulation in Finnish.
    • The article should be in Finnish… so not only do I have to figure out something to write, I should also translate it.
    • But we never learnt Finnish so that is what my parents talked when they didn't want us to know what they were saying.
    • Not sure why, but the radio chatter you hear is in Finnish.
    • I imagine the queues to buy the book when it was published in Finnish stretched for several blocks outside Helsinki bookstores.
    • He said something worriedly in rapid Finnish, and Ed responded with a chuckle.
    • Most strangely, quite a number of them have been from sites in Finnish.
    • The television was very good also even though most of it was in Finnish.
    • She even taught me simple conversational Finnish, which I used with glee.
    • Anyhow, can he email us and give us an indication of what Robbo might mean in Finnish?