- adj.西班牙的; 西班牙和葡萄牙的; 西班牙及其他说西班牙语国家的; 拉丁美洲的
- 复数: Hispanics;
His family tried to assimilate into the white and Hispanic communities.
Sala is not familiar with the Hispanic music of 18 th century.
Most are sold to small Hispanic and Mexican groceries, Padron said.
Hispanic kids, two out of three ate the marshmallow.
The governor of New Mexico is a Hispanic.
If you look Hispanic, they can question you.
The post - traumatic stress disorder rate was highest among injured, low - income and Hispanic study volunteers.
心理障碍综合症发病率最高的人群是受伤者 、 低收入 人群和西班牙籍研究志愿者.
Ever since pre - Hispanic times, Lake Catemaco has been a centre for alternative medicine and strange treatments.
The report found that sunburn prevalence among non - Hispanic whites among Hispanics among non - Hispanic blacks.
研究发现,发生晒伤的流行病学分布如下:非西班牙白种人发病率为35.6%,西班牙人发病率为45.6%, 非 西班牙黑种人发病率为50.4%.
Rich coastal enclaves remain mostly white. Poor areas, which are mostly Hispanic, are no more diverse.
富裕的沿海飞地仍然大多归属白人, 贫穷区大多是西班牙人, 无多元可言.
At that point , in 2043 , non - Hispanic whites could make up just over half the population.
到那时,2043年, 非 西班牙白人可能只占到人口的一半.
The majority of the teens were non - Hispanic white, and nearly half lived with both biological parents.
青少年主要来自 非 西班牙裔白人, 其中接近一半与生身父母同住.
Among children and teens, overweight in non - Hispanic White teens is related to a lower family income.
对儿童来说, 非 西班牙裔少年肥胖与家庭低收入明显相关.
In general, Hispanic persons are comfortable with personal space of less than 18 inches.
Although poor Hispanic families are coming to resemble poor black families, they not feel like them.
But efforts are in place to expose more black, Hispanic, and low-income students to advanced math, in the hope that the demographic pool of high-level contenders will eventually begin to shift and become less exclusive.
According to Mark Saul, the director of competitions for the Mathematical Association of America, not a single African-American or Hispanic student—and only a handful of girls—has ever made it to the Math Olympiad team in its 50 years of existence.
A New York City-based nonprofit called Bridge to Enter Mathematics runs a residential summer program aimed at getting underserved students, mostly black and Hispanic, working toward math and science careers.
1. an American whose first language is Spanish
1. related to or derived from the people or culture of Spain;
"the Hispanic population of California is growing rapidly"