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- n. A native or inhabitant of Latin America, or of such descent.
- adj. Of or relating to Latin America, its people, or its culture.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of Latin America.
- proper n. A native or inhabitant of Latin America.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to those peoples of America that speak Romance languages: particularly applied to the nations that speak Spanish or Portuguese.
- n. A native of a Latin-American nation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a native of Latin America
- adj. of or relating to the countries of Latin America or their people
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He has spent the whole weekend in Cuba promoting what he calls Latin American integration.
Cuban patriot, Jose Marti, whom he described as the Latin American man who was the first to realize the danger of Yankee imperialism.
The 2000 election of President Vicente Fox in Mexico, which broke the 71-year hold on power of the Institutional Revolutionary Party PRI, and that of other leaders in Latin American led people to think that their work was done.
Over the next three years, the NetHope Academy will train 1,000 interns in Latin American and Africa.
Ms. O'Grady reviews Enrique Krauze's "Redeemers: Ideas and Power in Latin America," a book that chronicles more than a century of backward steps in Latin American countries under the spell of populist left-wing leaders preaching equality and social justice.
These efforts initially seemed hopeful to both those in Latin American as well as many outside the region.
New currents in Latin American cinema have their showcase at this annual festival, which this year features 23 new films from 15 countries, with many directors on hand for Q&A discussions.
Ms. Ramírez, always interested in Latin American art, nevertheless had to start out studying a different area, German art, because no American universities offered a course of study in art from south of the border when she was in graduate school in the 1970s.
The trend underscores the ability of drug cartels to search out friendlier operating environments amid changes in Latin American politics.
Meanwhile, China is negotiating with Colombia to construct a rail alternative to the Panama Canal, investing in Latin American ports that will facilitate the shipment of energy and other resources to China, and even offering support for the bonds of Europe's troubled Club Med countries.