English-Spanish translation of Esperanto

Translation of the word Esperanto from english to spanish, with synonyms, antonyms, verb conjugation, pronunciation, anagrams, examples of use.

Esperanto in Spanish

languagenoun esperanto [m]
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Examples with translation
Spread Esperanto!
I can speak Esperanto like a native.
Esperanto is surely an enormous waste of time!
Using Esperanto with him, I sense that we both are at the same level, at least from a linguistic point of view.
Using Esperanto with him, I feel that we are both at the same level, at least from a linguistic point of view.
Esperanto, Ido, Interlingua, Klingon, Lojban, Na'vi and Volapük are constructed languages.
Zamenhof, creator of the constructed language Esperanto, was an ophthalmologist.
I began to learn Esperanto.
Every once in a while I study Esperanto.
Dr. Zamenhof believed that a language belongs to the people who speak it which is why he never copyrighted Esperanto.
The most effective means for the propagation of Esperanto is the fluent and elegant use of this language.
Canadian Thanksgiving Day and Columbus Day in the USA coincide, so Esperanto speakers from both countries take this opportunity to have an international meeting.
Esperanto is an international planned language.
Esperanto is blatantly Eurocentric.
Since most speakers of Esperanto have learned the language through self study, the Internet in general, and websites such as www.lernu.net in particular, have been a great boon to the language.
In a recent article about activities to keep your brain young, they mention Esperanto along with Sudoku, which shows that Esperanto is becoming part of popular culture.
If a natural language can be compared to a tree, which has developed during the course of time, Esperanto can be compared to a plastic tree, which was created artificially.
The international language Esperanto appeared in public at the end of 1887.
A wise man once said, "If Esperanto is an artificial language, then my car is an artificial horse".
We celebrate November 28 as Tatoeba day because it is the day when Turkish, Esperanto and Greek were added.


Definitions of Esperanto
1. Esperanto - an artificial language based as far as possible on words common to all the European languages
  artificial language a language that is deliberately created for a specific purpose
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Esperanto (help·info) is the most widely spoken constructed international auxiliary language. Its name derives from Doktoro Esperanto (Esperanto translates as - one who hopes), the pseudonym under which L. L. Zamenhof published the first book detailing Esperanto, the Unua Libro, in 1887

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