[ US /ˈsæɫvəˌdɔɹən/ ]
- a native or inhabitant of El Salvador
of or relating to or characteristic of El Salvador or its people
How To Use Salvadoran In A Sentence
- In fact, if we may express our personal opinion without causing too much offense, we discussed it at length and have decided we would describe the way the Salvadoran women, in particular, dress as, excuse the technical term, "hoochie". TravelPod.com TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at TravelPod.com
- This international, multicultural city is also home to the largest Mexican, Korean, Salvadoran, and Guatemalan populations outside of those countries.
- Salvadoran coffee
- Mexican American musical styles such as salsa, merengue, and tejano music have become increasingly popular among Salvadorans in the United States.
- Exchange rates: Salvadoran colones (C) per US$1 (end of period) -- 8.755 (January 1999-1995), 8.750 (1994) note: as of 1 June 1990, the rate is based on the average of the buying and selling rates, set on a weekly basis, for official receipts and payments, imports of petroleum, and coffee exports; prior to that date, a system of floating was in effect The 1999 CIA Factbook
- Salvadoran guerillas
- The hastiness with which Congress approved the scheme, without first consulting the Salvadoran public, was met with instant criticism from various sectors.
- In the 1980s, he got involved in issues surrounding U.S. policy in El Salvador, this after four churchwoman -- two his dear friends -- were raped and killed by Salvadoran soldiers. Angela Bonavoglia: At Easter, Church Expels Women's Advocate, Keeps Pedophiles In The Fold
- Then I called for takeout from the tiny Greek place up the street, a blue-and-white stucco box called Mykonos whose Salvadoran short-order cooks served up the garlickiest spanakopita, dolmades, and tsatziki this side of the Aegean. Sugar Skull
- `I may have mentioned it to Feather at the Salvadoran workshop. SIGNIFICANT OTHERS