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  1. Ecuadorian Spanish - Wikipedia

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    The Spanish spoken in the Ecuadorian Andes tends to have many idioms borrowed from Quechua, the native language spoken by the indigenous from this region. Words such as ñaño (which is used by many to refer to brother or "bro", while ñaña would mean sister) or choclo (corn) are widely used by people of any ethnicity or social class in this area.

    • 13.5 million (2014), 742,000 in Ecuador (2014)
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  2. Biographical Dictionary of Ecuador - Wikipedia

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    Find sources: "Biographical Dictionary of Ecuador" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (December 2013) ( Learn how and when to remove this template message) The Biographical Dictionary of Ecuador ( Spanish: Diccionario Biográfico del Ecuador) is a biographical dictionary in 22 volumes written by Rodolfo Pérez Pimentel.

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  4. ecuatoriano - Wiktionary

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    Adjective

    ecuatoriano m (feminine singular ecuatoriana, masculine plural ecuatorianos, feminine plural ecuatorianas) 1. Ecuadorian

    Noun

    ecuatoriano m (plural ecuatorianos) 1. Ecuadorian

    Pronunciation

    1. (Classical) IPA(key): /e.ku.aː.toː.riˈaː.noː/, [ɛkuäːt̪oːɾiˈäːnoː] 2. (Ecclesiastical) IPA(key): /e.ku.a.to.riˈa.no/, [ɛkuɑt̪ɔɾiˈɑːnɔ]

    Adjective

    ecuātōriānō 1. dative/ablative masculine/neuter singular of ecuātōriānus

    Etymology

    From Ecuador, influenced by the original Latin aequātor, +‎ -iano.

    Pronunciation

    1. IPA(key): /ekwatoˈɾjano/, [e.kwa.t̪oˈɾja.no] 2. Rhymes: -ano

    Adjective

    ecuatoriano (feminine ecuatoriana, masculine plural ecuatorianos, feminine plural ecuatorianas) 1. Ecuadorian

  5. Ecuadorian translations: ecuatoriano, ecuatoriano, -a. Learn more in the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary.

  6. Ecuadorian - definition of Ecuadorian by The Free Dictionary

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    Ecuadorian synonyms, Ecuadorian pronunciation, Ecuadorian translation, English dictionary definition of Ecuadorian. Ecuador A country of northwest South America on the Pacific Ocean. Once part of the Inca Empire, it was conquered by the Spanish in 1534 and later became...

  7. Ecuadorian sucre - definition of ... - The Free Dictionary

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    Ecuadorian sucre synonyms, Ecuadorian sucre pronunciation, Ecuadorian sucre translation, English dictionary definition of Ecuadorian sucre. The constitutional capital of Bolivia, in the south-central part of the country southeast of La Paz.

  8. Ecuadorians | Article about Ecuadorians by The Free Dictionary

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    Ecuadorians. the population of Ecuador. According to a 1976 estimate, the Ecuadorians number 7.3 million. Most (about 80 percent) are Spanish-Indian mestizos and Indians, primarily Quechua; the remainder are mulattoes, Negroes, Zambos, and white descendants of the European settlers. A considerable part of the population speaks Spanish, which is ...

  9. Ecuador - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Ecuador is along the equator. There are jungles and mountains such as the Andes mountains. Ecuador has many active volcanoes and also one of the highest densities of volcanoes in the world. Ecuador's coast is on the Pacific Ocean. The capital of the country is Quito. This city is high up in the Andes, which makes it hard for some new visitors to breathe. The biggest city is Guayaquil on the coast. Cuenca is famous for its old buildings and colonial architecture. Peru borders Ecuador to the south, and Colombia borders it to the north. The Galápagos Islands in the Pacific Ocean are also part of Ecuador and are famous for lots of animals. Charles Darwintravelled to the Galápagos Islands.

    In 2011, 14,440,000 people lived in Ecuador.These people are 65% Mestizo, 25% Amerindian, 7% white, and 3% black. About 27% of the people live below the national poverty line. The official language is Spanish. Many other indigenous languages are spoken. Most of the people in Ecuador are Roman Catholics,although Ecuador has religious freedom and people can follow any religion they choose.

    Ecuador is divided into 24 provinces. Each has its own administrative capital. The provinces are divided into cantons. The cantons are divided into parishes.

    The Historic Center of Quito, Ecuador is one of the largest, least-altered and best-preserved historic centers in the Americas. This center was, together with the historic centre of Kraków in Poland, the first to be declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO on 18 September 1978. The Historic Centre of Quito is in the center south of the capital on an area of 320 hectares (790 acres), and is considered one of the most important historic areas in Latin America.There are about 130 monumental buildings (which hosts a variety of pictorial art and sculpture, mostly of religious inspired in a multi-faceted range of schools and styles) and 5,000 properties registered in the municipal inventory of heritage properties.

    Ecuador is a country of variety. Its climate and landscape varies from one end of the country to the other. However, it is more hot and humid along the coast and in the Amazonjungle lowlands than it is in the mountains.

    Ecuador is one of 17 megadiverse countries in the world. In addition to the mainland, Ecuador owns the Galápagos Islands. This is what the country is best known for. Ecuador has 1,600 bird species and 38 more endemic in the Galápagos. In addition to over 16,000 species of plants, the country has 106 endemic reptiles, 138 endemic amphibians, and 6,000 species of butterfly. The Galápagos Islands are famous as the place of birth of Darwin's Theory of Evolution. They are a UNESCOWorld Heritage Site. Many different kinds of potatoes and corn are grown in Ecuador. There are also large banana farms. On the coast, many people eat seafood and fish. Cuy is a famous indigenous food that means guinea pig.

    Besides gold, oil is one of Ecuador's natural resources. Ecuador used to have its own currency called the sucre, which was in use from 1884 until 2000. Since then, the country uses the United States dollar for money, but its coins (not the banknotes) are different from those in the US.

    Prickly pear cactus and Swallow-tailed Gulls on Santa Fe Island
    Floreana (Charles or Santa María) Island in the Galapagos
    Tourists with sea lions at the beach at San Cristóbal Island
    Rábida Island
    Media related to Ecuadorat Wikimedia Commons
    Ecuadortravel guide from Wikivoyage
  10. Spanish pronunciation dictionary - Forvo.com

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    Spanish pronunciation dictionary. Search and learn to pronounce words and phrases in this language ( Spanish ). Learn to pronounce with our guides. Search for a word in Spanish.

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