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  • Religion played a very strong role in the spread of the Spanish empire.
  • The very first years were a success for the Spanish troops.
  • By the time the Spanish arrived, they had been reduced in number and territory.
  • There is a greater variety of Spanish names for the language.
  • It is the only African country where Spanish is an official language.
  • It served as the model for similar works in French, Spanish and English.
  • The Spanish record two different stories about what happened next.
  • Of this one million, one third do not speak Spanish.
  • In fact the Spanish remained hostile and let only one ship a year enter.
  • The modern Spanish version of the name came later.
  • This was released in Spanish-speaking countries as well as in Japan and Australia.
  • It was also an important force in the Spanish Civil War.
  • It is common in all domains except government and education where Spanish is used.
  • Nothing of the sort would have been possible in the French and Spanish colonies.
  • Though the official language is Spanish, it is often the second language among the indigenous population.
  • Spanish conquest built on these, and their traditions carried over into the post independence period.
  • They also introduced the Spanish language and culture.
  • Because of their close relationship, Spanish and Portuguese are treated as one unit.
  • Many of them rose to prominent positions in the Spanish governments there.
  • The meeting did not include Spanish or French government representatives.
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Meaning of Spanish

  • noun The romance language spoken in most of spain and the countries colonized by spain
  • noun The people of spain
  • adjective Of or relating to or characteristic of spain or the people of spain
    Spanish music