Traducción de Iranian en español:


iraní, adj.

Pronunciación /ɪˈreɪniən/ /ɪˈrɑniən/ /ɪˈreɪnɪən/ /ɪˈrɑːnɪən/

Ver definición en español de iraní


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    • The Medes were an Indo-European people who spoke an Iranian language closely akin to old Persian.
    • The people of the area are mostly Tajiks, a Muslim ethnic minority who speak an Iranian language.
    • However, most of the people continued to speak in various Turkic or Iranian dialects.
    • The representation of Iran and Iranian gender relations in Jafar Panahi's The Circle is an interesting case in point.
    • He was also clear that Iran's international interests must take precedence over those of Iranian allies.
    • If the operatives had come through Iran legally, there would have been Iranian stamps in their passports.
    • The Iranian people are readyestablish democracy in Iran.
    • He's the son of the late Shah of Iran and the heir to the Iranian monarchy.
    • He was the perfect guide to Iran, at once making a mockery of Iranian hostility to the West and fiercely proud of his homeland.
    • Most of the immigrants detained in Los Angeles, which has a large Iranian community, were from Iran.
    • Chista is an Iranian woman living in America who has returned to Iran to seek out an old boyfriend.
    • However, Iranian authorities have accused foreign governments of failing to deliver on aid pledges made after the Bam quake.
    • According to the Iranian authorities, tens of thousands of people are desperately in need of food, water and shelter after the most lethal quake in a decade.
    • The coolest thing I experienced in 2003 were the mountains of eastern Iraqi Kurdistan, near the Iranian border.
    • Later in the afternoon I had the opportunity to speak one-on-one with the Iranian director, through an interpreter.
    • Several times in the course of Persian history Shiraz became the Iranian capital.
    • Both men are of Iranian descent and have their own Farsi interpreter.
    • Terry said he and Hachemi will speak to their Iranian lawyers and Canadian officials before deciding how to proceed.
    • But over dinner last night, I spoke to two Iranian women who gave me a very different perspective on life in modern Iran.
    • They spoke to an Iranian professor of chemistry who was moving to Calgary to take a job at a university here.
    • One Iranian speaker asked why it had taken 24 years for people to show an interest in democracy for Iran.
    • A number of companies are already involved in oil swaps with Iran in exchange for Iranian oil at its Persian Gulf export terminals.
    • Years ago in New York City, I got into a taxi cab with an Iranian taxi driver, who could hardly speak English.


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    iraní masculino, femenino
    • Since he is one of the most popular western pop singers in Iran, many Iranians have been following his music for years.
    • Depending on how you ask this question, Iranians inside or outside Iran may answer in different ways.
    • Americans and Iranians have different ways of asserting themselves in a business relationship.
    • We've heard about talks between perhaps the Americans and the Iranians.
    • What we know for sure is that, like the Iranians, Russian scientists are doing their best to save the sturgeon.
    • Can one expect the Iranians to open earnest dialogue with the Americans?
    • It's clear that Iranians yearn for an accountable government and real democracy.
    • Generations of young Iranians fled the country, often to the United States.
    • The following year, it succeeded in attracting one-and-a-half million Iranians to public lectures.
    • Both Ramezani and Yari noted that it's not only Iranians who are contributing to earthquake relief.
    • The Iranians are also strong, so it is going to be a pretty stiff race.
    • Any such ban would create outrage among the football-crazy Iranians.