English
[ˈɪŋɡlɪʃ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. relating to England or its people or language.
NOUN
Englishes (plural noun)
  1. the language of England, widely used in many varieties throughout the world.
  2. (the English)
    the people of England.
  3. NORTH AMERICAN
    spin or side given to a ball, especially in pool or billiards.
    "put more English on the ball"
ORIGIN
Old English Englisc (see Angle, -ish1). The word originally denoted the early Germanic settlers of Britain (Angles, Saxons, and Jutes), or their language ( now called Old English).
Words starting with english:
How to use english in a sentence?
she hastened her daughter's steps, lest she be demoralized by beholding the free manners of these ‘mad english’.
there is evidence of land depression both from the Dutch coast and the english Fenlands during the Flandrian.
Watson was ready to work for the assimilation of Scots law to english law where he thought it was justified.
the textbooks show an irritating parochialism, to wit an almost total exclusion of papers not in english.
the reality of standard english rests on the circular argument that that is good which good users use.
It was also a highly desirable political end. Furthermore, it gave the english a door into France.
english determiners form a paradigm: we can say ‘a book’ or ‘his book’ but not ‘a his book’.
the headlines gloated with the kind of effusive unction only the english press can muster.
the english curriculum would then be versioned for Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales.
a vanilla ice cream that is unmistakably english in its heaviness and extreme creaminess.
by the 1760s, english cookery books were offering a bastardized version of French dishes.
they cross-breed traditional sheep with the local breeds from various english counties.
the previous occupant had been evicted to make way for the english milord and his lady.
he was an english incendiary, responsible for the burning of three French battleships.
in 1945 the French and english were still the dominant ethnocultural groups in Canada.
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Laguages Translations
Afrikaans (NOUN)Engels, Afrikaans
Arabic (NOUN)الانجليزيه, الانكليزيه, انجليزي
(ADJECTIVE)الانجليزي
Bangla ইংরাজি
Bosnian (Latin) engleski
Bulgarian (NOUN)английски, британски
Cantonese (Traditional) 英文
Catalan (NOUN)anglès, català
(ADJECTIVE)angleses
Chinese Simplified 英语
Chinese Traditional 英語
Croatian (NOUN)engleski, hrvatsko
(ADJECTIVE)Engleska
Czech (NOUN)anglicky, britský
(ADJECTIVE)Čeština, anglicko
Danish (NOUN)engelsk
Dutch (NOUN)Engels, Nederlands, Brits
(ADJECTIVE)Dutch
Estonian (NOUN)inglise, Briti
(ADJECTIVE)ingliskeelne, Polski
Fijian Vakavalagi
Filipino Ingles
Finnish (NOUN)Englanti, Suomi
(ADJECTIVE)Englannin
French (NOUN)anglais, French
German (NOUN)Englisch, Deutsch, German
(ADJECTIVE)englischsprachige
Greek (NOUN)αγγλικά, Άγγλος
(ADJECTIVE)Ελληνικά, αγγλικές
Haitian Creole Anglè
Hebrew (NOUN)אנגלית, האנגלית, באנגלית
(ADJECTIVE)עברית
Hindi (NOUN)अंग्रेजी, हिन्दी
(ADJECTIVE)हिंदी
Hmong Daw lus Askiv
Hungarian (NOUN)angol
Icelandic (NOUN)ensku, enska, Englendingar, Íslenska
Indonesian (NOUN)bahasa Inggris
(ADJECTIVE)Berbahasa Indonesia
(VERB)Indonesian
Italian (NOUN)inglese
Japanese (NOUN)英語, イングリッシュ, 英国, イギリス
Kiswahili (NOUN)Kiingereza, Kiswahili
(ADJECTIVE)Kiengereza
Klingon tera'
Korean (NOUN)영어, 영국, 영문
(ADJECTIVE)한국어
Latvian (NOUN)angļu, Latviešu valoda
(ADJECTIVE)angļu valodas, Latvian
Lithuanian (NOUN)anglų
(ADJECTIVE)Lietuvių, anglų kalbos
Malagasy anglisy
Malay (Latin) (NOUN)Bahasa Inggeris, Melayu
Maltese (NOUN)Ingliż
Norwegian Bokmål engelsk
Persian (NOUN)انگلیسی, فارسی, زبان انگلیسی, انگليسي
Polish (NOUN)angielski, języku angielskim, Polska
(ADJECTIVE)angielska
Portuguese (NOUN)inglês
(ADJECTIVE)inglesas, polski
Querétaro Otomi Ra ingles
Romanian (NOUN)engleză, Român
(ADJECTIVE)Română, limbii engleze
Russian (NOUN)английский, русском языке
(ADJECTIVE)английские
Samoan Igilisi
Serbian (Cyrillic) енглески
Serbian (Latin) engleski
Slovak (NOUN)angličtine, Slovenčina, britský
(ADJECTIVE)Polski
Slovenian (NOUN)angleški
(ADJECTIVE)angleške
Spanish (NOUN)inglés
Swedish (NOUN)engelska, Svenska, brittisk
Tahitian reo peretane
Tamil (NOUN)ஆங்கிலம், தமிழ்
(ADJECTIVE)ஆங்கில
Telugu ఇంగ్లీష్
Thai (NOUN)อังกฤษ, ภาษาอังกฤษ
Tongan lea faka-Pilitania
Turkish (NOUN)İngilizce
Ukrainian (NOUN)англійська, український
(ADJECTIVE)англійські, англо
Urdu (NOUN)انگریزی, انگلش, انگريزی, اردو
Vietnamese (NOUN)Anh
(ADJECTIVE)Vietnamese, tiếng
Welsh (NOUN)Saesneg, Lloegr, Seisnig
(ADJECTIVE)Loegr
Yucatec Maya Ingles
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