esperanto : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n an artificial language based as far as possible on words common to all the European languages
- Quincy Jones in Forbes
One thing that's concerned me my whole life is that every country in the world has adopted the American jazz and blues as their Esperanto, and the people that know the least about it are in our country where it came from,Jones said.
- Guillermo del Toro in Washington Post
It is a sort of beautiful contradiction. A world worried about protecting borders and frontiers now has film as the new Esperanto -- crossing all borders and being a universal language,said del Toro.
- Ludwik Zamenhof in China Daily
Esperanto is neutral, unlike English which creates inequality between people who are born anglophone and those who learn it,Zaleski-Zamenhof said, recalling regular misunderstandings when doing business in English.