Mexican

Mexican
adjective
1. (of Mexican origin) 
a. mexicano 
Real Mexican food is one of the most colorful and varied cuisines in the world.La verdadera cocina mexicana es una de las más coloridas y variadas del mundo.
noun
2. (nationality) 
Any Mexican who possesses a second nationality will be allowed entry.A todo mexicano que tenga una segunda nacionalidad se le permitirá la entrada.
Mexican
Noun
1. (general) 
a. el mejicano(a) m,f, mexicano(a) (M)la mejicano(a) m,f, mexicano(a) (F) 
adjective
2. (general) 
a. mejicano(a), mexicano(a) 
Mexican waveola f (mejicana)
Mexican [ˈmeksɪkən]
adjective
noun
mejicanoamejicana (m) (f);a mejicana mexicanoamexicana (m) (f);a mexicana (LAm)
modifier
Mexican wave (n) (Britain) ola (f) (mejicana or mexicana); (LAm)
She delighted the audience, who had earlier done a Mexican wave with umbrellas
Phrases with "Mexican"
Here are the most popular phrases with "Mexican." Click the phrases to see the full entry.
Mexican-American
mexicano-estadounidense
Mexican restaurant
restaurante mexicano
Mexican food
la comida mexicana
Mexican Revolution
Revolución mexicana
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