[ US /ˌnɪkɝˈɑɡwən/ ]
of or relating to Nicaragua or is people
- a native or inhabitant of Nicaragua
How To Use Nicaraguan In A Sentence
- The most dramatic iteration came on the floor of the Senate in 1986, when he made it the centerpiece of a carefully prepared 20-minute oration against aid to the Nicaraguan contras.
- Gonzalez told the students she hoped USAS could pressure the US companies to reinstate fired workers throughout the Nicaraguan maquila.
- Some military bases were covers for Nicaraguan contras.
- An example of a Spanish-Aztec hybrid word is chibola, the Nicaraguan word for bottled soda.
- One main aim of this plan was to halt the rampant inflation of the Nicaraguan currency, the cordoba.
- Ethics and Transparency, an independent Nicaraguan group, organised tens of thousands of observers.
- There's a lot of alarm," said Carlos Fernando Chamorro, an independent Nicaraguan journalist. Nicaragua's Ortega Set to Win Election
- They supported the freeze, denounced the military buildup, ridiculed strategic defenses, opposed aid to the Nicaraguan anti-communists and derided Reagan for telling the truth about the Soviet empire.
- At celebratory meals, Nicaraguans eat steak, either grilled steak called bistec a la parrilla, or grilled sirloin known as lomo.
- The Czechs, East Germans, Estonians, Lithuanians, Nicaraguans, Poles, and Russians who tried to dismantle their respective secret police systems had few guideposts and no precedents to follow.