masculine noun
1. (animal) 
a. canary 
Me despertó un canario que cantaba en su jaula.A canary singing in its cage woke me up.
masculine or feminine noun
2. (inhabitant of the Canary Islands) 
Mi hermano se casó con una canaria y vive en Lanzarote.My brother married a Canary Islander and lives in Lanzarote.
Muchos canarios emigraron a América entre los singlos XV y XX.Many people from the Canary Islands emigrated to America between the 15th and 20th centuries.
3. (inhabitant of Canelones) 
Yo conozco a varios canarios que viven en Montevideo.I know several people from the Canelones who live in Montevideo.
4. (related to the Canary Islands) 
Los plátanos canarios son pequeños y dulces.The bananas from the Canary Islands are small and sweet.
¿El español canario es similar al andaluz?Is the Spanish of the Canary Islands similar to Andalusian Spanish?
5. (related to Canelones) 
Bebimos un vino canario excelente.We drank an excellent wine from Canelones.
El encuentro está organizado por varios municipios canarios.The conference has been organized by several town councils of Canelones.
1. (general) 
a. of/from the Canary Islands, Canary 
2. (persona) 
a. Canary Islander 
3. (pájaro) 
a. canary 
canarioa canaria
from/of the Canary Islands
Canary Islander; native/inhabitant of the Canary Islands
los canarios the people of the Canary Islands
1 (Ornitología) canary
2 prick (vulgar)
3 (Latinoamérica) (amarillo) canary yellow
un llamativo color amarillo canario sus chillones colores » amarillo canario" y » rojo caliente
well I'm blowed! (familiar)
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