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a person born in England. Engels, Rooinek شَخْص إنْجليزي англичанин inglês Angličan, -ka der/die Engländer(in) englænder Άγγλος, Αγγλίδαinglés; inglesa inglane اهل انگلیس؛ مرد انگلیسی englantilainen Anglais, aise אַנגלִי अंग्रेज Englez, Engleskinja angol ember orang Inggris Englendingur inglese 英国人 영국인, 잉글랜드 사람 anglas, anglė anglis orang Inggeris Engelsmanengelskmann; engelsk kvinneAnglik انګړیز سړی inglês englez англичанин; англичанка Angličan, -ka Anglež, Angležinja Englez engelsman, engelska ชาวอังกฤษ İngiliz 英國人 англієць انگلستان میں پیدا ہوا کوئی شخص người Anh 英国人

English is also the study of the English language or English literature.

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Scots, Scots English, Scottish – the dialect of English used in Scotland

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a. The West Germanic language of England, the United States, and other countries that are or have been under English influence or control.

Eliot, at the close of his Indian Grammar, mentions him as “a pregnant-witted young man, who had been a servant in an English house, who pretty well understood his own language, and had a clear pronunciation.

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of England or its inhabitants. three English people; the English language. Engelse إنْجليزي английски inglês anglický englisch engelsk αγγλικός, Άγγλοςinglés inglise انگلیسی englantilainen anglais אַנגלִי इंग्लैंड या वहां के लोगों का engleski angol Inggris enskur inglese 英国 (人) の 영국의 anglų, angliškas angļu- Inggeris Engelsengelsk angielski انګړیزی inglês englez английский anglický angleški engleski engelsk เกี่ยวกับประเทศอังกฤษ İngiliz 英格蘭的,英格蘭人 англійський انگلستان کا یا انگلستان کے لوگوں یا زبان سے متعلق thuộc nước Anh 英格兰的,英格兰人

Why do so many of us love to see the English being beaten in sport?

5. (Billiards & Snooker) (often not capital) the usual US and Canadian term for side16

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Ere the English ship fades from sight, be it set down here, that she hailed from London, and was named after the late Samuel Enderby, merchant of that city, the original of the famous whaling house of enderby and sons; a house which in my poor whaleman’s opinion, comes not far behind the united royal houses of the Tudors and Bourbons, in point of real historical interest.

(Definition of “vie” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Your inner child is the part of your personality that still reacts and feels like a child.

4.English – (sports) the spin given to a ball by striking it on one side or releasing it with a sharp twist

7. (Peoples) relating to or characteristic of England or the English

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1. the West Germanic language of England: the official language of the United Kingdom and an official, standard, or auxiliary language in the U.S. and regions formerly under British or U.S. dominion, as Ireland, Canada, Australia, and parts of the Caribbean, Africa, South Asia, and Oceania.

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C. CPD English breakfast N → desayuno m inglés or a la inglesathe English Channel N → el Canal de la ManchaEnglish Heritage N → Patrimonio m Histórico-ArtísticoEnglish Language Teaching N → enseñanza f del inglésEnglish speaker N → anglohablante mf

a word or phrase characteristic of speakers of English in Britain and not usually used by English speakers elsewhere.

You do not refer to a single English person as an ‘English’. You refer to them as an Englishman or an Englishwoman.

1. Of, relating to, or characteristic of England or its people or culture.

7. a grade of calendered paper having a smooth matte finish.

El inglés americano difiere del inglés británico principalmente en la pronunciación, aunque también hay diferencias ortográficas y léxicas. Tiene también una pronunciación estándar, conocida por el nombre de Network Standard, que es la que se usa en los medios de comunicación, así como diversas variedades regionales.

A diferencia del Reino Unido, la asociación de acento y clase social no es muy evidente.

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b. natives of England or persons of English ancestry living outside England.

nation, country, land – the people who live in a nation or country; “a statement that sums up the nation’s mood”; “the news was announced to the nation”; “the whole country worshipped him”

n (Brit) Organisation für die Pflege von Denkmälern und historischen Bauwerken in England

Word History: English is derived from England, one would think. But in fact the language name is found long before the country name. The latter first appears as Englaland around the year 1000 and means “the land of the Engle,” that is, the Angles.

The Angles, Saxons, and Jutes were the three Germanic tribes that emigrated from what is now Denmark and northern Germany and settled in England around the fourth century ad. Early on, the Angles enjoyed a rise to power that must have made them seem more important than the other two tribes, for all three tribes are indiscriminately referred to in early documents as Angles.

The speech of the three tribes was conflated in the same way: they all spoke what would have been called *Anglisc, or “Anglish,” as it were. By the earliest recorded Old English, this had changed to Englisc.

In Middle English, the first vowel, originally pronounced (ĕ) in Old English, changed further and became the familiar (ĭ) of today, as reflected in the occasional spellings Ingland and Inglish. The same change in the pronunciation of the short vowel (ĕ) to (ĭ) before the sound (ng) also occurred in other Middle English words, such as streng and weng.

In Modern English, these words are now always spelled string and wing with an i, but the old spelling with e, reflecting the vowel’s earlier pronunciation, has been kept in the case of England and English.

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8. of or pertaining to England, its inhabitants, or the language English.

English means ‘belonging or relating to England, its people, or its language’.

We have seen how it has been told in Welsh, in Latin, and in French, and, last of all, we have it in English.

(Ling) → Englisch nt; (= the English language in general, English grammar) → Englisch nt, → das Englische; (as university subject) → Anglistik f; can you speak English? → können Sie Englisch?; he doesn’t speak English → er spricht kein Englisch; “English spoken” → „hier wird Englisch gesprochen“; they were speaking English → sie unterhielten sich auf Englisch; he speaks very good English → er spricht ein sehr gutes Englisch; in English → auf or in (inf) → Englisch; in good/modern-day English → in gutem/modernem Englisch; to translate something into/from English → etw ins Englische/aus dem Englischen übersetzen; is that English? (= correct) → ist das richtig?; that’s not English → das ist verkehrt, das ist falsches Englisch; English/teaching English as a foreign language (abbr EFL/TEFL) → Englisch als Fremdsprache; the King’s/Queen’s English → die englische Hochsprache ? Old English, plain ADJ b

adj → englisch; he is English → er ist Engländer; he’s an English teacher (teaching English) → er ist Englischlehrer; (English by nationality) → er ist ein englischer Lehrer; English translator → englischer Übersetzer, englische Übersetzerin; (foreign) → Übersetzer(in) m(f) → für Englisch; (full) English breakfast → englisches Frühstück

4. A course or individual class in the study of English language, literature, or composition.

1. a word, idiom, or feature of the English language occurring in or borrowed by another language.2. U.S. a Briticism.3. any manner, idea, or custom typical of the English people. Also called Englishism.

2. (Peoples) the English (functioning as plural) the natives or inhabitants of England collectively

b. (language) → inglese min plain English → in parole poverethe King’s or Queen’s English → l’inglese corretto

English is the language spoken in Britain, the United States, and many other countries.

athletics, sport – an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition

b. The English language of a particular time, region, person, or group of persons: American English.

6. (Languages) denoting, using, or relating to the English language

nplthe English → les Anglais mplEnglish breakfast n (in hotel) → petit déjeuner m anglais

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Received Pronunciation – the approved pronunciation of British English; originally based on the King’s English as spoken at public schools and at Oxford and Cambridge Universities (and widely accepted elsewhere in Britain); until recently it was the pronunciation of English used in British broadcasting

3.English – the discipline that studies the English language and literature

The first great English writer of the stories of Arthur was named Layamon.

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English is sometimes used to mean ‘belonging or relating to Great Britain’. However, it is better to avoid this use, as it may cause offence to people who come from Scotland, Wales, or Northern Ireland.

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Noun1.English – an Indo-European language belonging to the West Germanic branch; the official language of Britain and the United States and most of the commonwealth countries

arts, humanistic discipline, humanities, liberal arts – studies intended to provide general knowledge and intellectual skills (rather than occupational or professional skills); “the college of arts and sciences”

(Definition of “vie” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

3] THE making of an anthology of English prose is what must have occurred to many of its students, by way of pleasure to themselves, or of profit to other persons.

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3. English language, composition, and literature as a course of study in school.

Chambers’ Cyclopedia of English Literature,’ edition of 1910, published in the United States by the J.

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West Germanic, West Germanic language – a branch of the Germanic languages

Oxford English – the dialect of English spoken at Oxford University and regarded by many as affected and pretentious

[Middle English, from Old English Englisc, from Engle, the Angles.]

En el Reino Unido, se llama Received Pronunciation o RP a un tipo de acento no asociado a ninguna región en concreto (si bien tuvo su origen en el inglés hablado en el sur de Inglaterra) que hoy en día usan especialmente las personas educadas en colegios privados, las clases dirigentes y los locutores en los informativos nacionales de la BBC.

En los medios de comunicación se acepta ya el uso de acentos regionales siempre y cuando se use la norma lingüística, es decir, utilicen un inglés gramaticalmente correcto, el llamado Standard English.

La pronunciación RP suele también tomarse como norma en la enseñanza del inglés británico como lengua extranjera. Todavía goza de cierto prestigio, aunque la gran mayoría de la población habla con el acento de su región, que puede ser más o menos marcado según su educación o clase social.

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B. N (Ling) → inglés mOld English → inglés m antiguoKing’s/Queen’s English → inglés m correctoin plain English → en el habla corriente → en cristianoEnglish as a Foreign Language → inglés para extranjerosEnglish as a Second Language → inglés como segunda lenguathe English (= people) → los ingleses

Traduction en contexteTraducción en contextoTradução em contextoTraduzione in contestoÜbersetzung im Kontextالترجمة في السياق文脈に沿った翻訳Vertaling in contextתרגום בהקשרПеревод в контекстеTłumaczenie w kontekścieTraducere în context

n (= language) → anglais mDo you speak English? → Est-ce que vous parlez anglais?in English → en anglais

[before 900; Middle English; Old English Englisc=Engle (pl.) the English (compare Latin Anglī; see Angle) + -isc -ish1]

3. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) (formerly) a size of printer’s type approximately equal to 14 point

Adj.1.English – of or relating to or characteristic of England or its culture or people; “English history”; “the English landed aristocracy”; “English literature”2.English – of or relating to the English language

8. (Placename) relating to or characteristic of England or the English

King’s English, Queen’s English – English as spoken by educated persons in southern England

Then D’Arnot tried English, but still the man shook his head.

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Henri; it was my intention to ask her how she came to be possessed of two English baptismal names, Frances and Evans, in addition to her French surname, also whence she derived her good accent.

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n → Engländer m; an English’s home is his castle (Prov) → für den Engländer ist sein Haus seine Burg

You can sometimes refer to a group of English people, for example supporters of the England football team, as the English.

4. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) an old style of black-letter typeface

cockney – the nonstandard dialect of natives of the east end of London

geordie – the nonstandard dialect of natives of Newcastle-upon-Tyne

the main language of England and the rest of Britain, North America, a great part of the British Commonwealth and some other countries. He speaks English. Engels اللغة الإنْجليزيَّه английски език inglês angličtina das Englisch engelsk η αγγλική γλώσσα inglés inglise keel زبان انگلیسی englanti anglais אַנגלִית अंग्रेजी भाषा engleski jezik angol bahasa Inggris enska inglese 英語 영어 anglų kalba angļu valoda Bahasa Inggeris Engelsengelsk język angielski د انګړیزی ژبه inglês (limba) engleză английский язык angličtina angleščina engleski jezik engelska ภาษาอังกฤษ İngilizce 英語 англійська мова انگریزی زبان tiếng Anh 英语

English → اِنْـجِلِيزيّ anglický, angličtina engelsk Engländer, englisch αγγλικός, Άγγλος inglés englanti, englantilainen anglais engleski inglese イングランドの, 英語 잉글랜드 사람, 잉글랜드의 Engels engelsk angielski, Anglik inglês английский, английский язык engelsk, engelska เกี่ยวกับชาวอังกฤษ, ภาษาอังกฤษ İngiliz thuộc nước Anh, tiếng Anh 英国人的, 英语

People who come from England are sometimes referred to as the English.

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One dress, Tanya’s, which the English governess had undertaken, cost Darya Alexandrovna much loss of temper.

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n (US Cook) flaches Milchbrötchen, das meist getoastet gegessen wird

a. The spin given to a propelled ball by striking it on one side or releasing it with a sharp twist.

Four of the five words in the first one were English, and that they were also German was only accidental, not intentional; three out of the five words in the second remark were English, and English only, and the two German ones did not mean anything in particular, in such a connection.

3. A translation into or an equivalent in the English language.

adj → anglais(e)I’m English → Je suis anglais.an English girl → une AnglaiseEnglish people → les Anglais

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American English, American language, American – the English language as used in the United States

Just so; and is it the custom of the Genevese to give their children English appellatives?

1. (Languages) the official language of Britain, the US, most parts of the Commonwealth, and certain other countries. It is the native language of over 280 million people and is acquired as a second language by many more.

It is an Indo-European language belonging to the West Germanic branch. See also Middle English, Old English, Modern English

b. Bodily movement in an effort to influence the movement of a propelled object; body English.

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