American spanish

Spanish as used in Latin America.
Abbreviation: AmerSp.
Contemporary Examples

NBCUniversal Telemundo Spanish networks paid $600 million for American Spanish TV rights.
Rupert Murdoch Bets a Half-Billion Dollars That the Next World Cup Will Be Even Bigger in America Evan Weiner June 29, 2014


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