anglophone

  • 1anglophone — [ ɑ̃glɔfɔn ] adj. et n. • 1915; subst. 1894; de anglo et phone ♦ Où l on parle l anglais. Le Canada anglophone. Qui parle la langue anglaise. N. Un, une anglophone. ● anglophone adjectif et nom Qui parle l anglais. anglophone adj. ( …

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  • 2Anglophone — [aŋ′glō fōn΄, aŋ′gləfōn΄] [also a ] adj. [Fr anglophone: see ANGLO & PHONE1] of or having to do with speakers of English n. a person who speaks English Anglophonic [aŋ΄gləfän′ik] adj …

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  • 3Anglophone — (adj.) English speaking, 1895, from ANGLO (Cf. Anglo ) + PHONE (Cf. phone) …

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  • 4Anglophone — An Anglophone (or anglophone) is someone who speaks the English language. As an adjective, it refers to belonging to an English speaking population especially in a country where two or more languages are spoken [ [http://www.merriam… …

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  • 5Anglophone — [[t]æ̱ŋgləfoʊn[/t]] Anglophones 1) ADJ: ADJ n Anglophone communities are English speaking communities in areas where more than one language is commonly spoken. ...anglophone Canadians. ...anglophone Africa. 2) N COUNT: usu pl Anglophones are… …

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  • 6Anglophone — Monde anglo saxon Le monde anglo saxon (en anglais Anglosphere) est l ensemble de pays dont l organisation socio économique et la culture ont été fortement influencées par la colonisation britannique et dont l anglais est la langue principale. La …

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  • 7anglophone — an|glo|phone [ˈæŋgləufəun, glə US gloufoun, glə ] n someone who speaks English as their first language >anglophone adj ▪ the US and other anglophone countries …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 8anglophone — adjective anglophone populations or countries have English as one of their languages anglophone noun (C) …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 9anglophone — adjective Usage: often capitalized Date: 1900 consisting of or belonging to an English speaking population especially in a country where two or more languages are spoken • Anglophone noun …

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  • 10Anglophone — noun see anglophone …

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  • 11Anglophone — 1. adjective /ˈæŋɡləˌfəʊn/ English speaking the Anglophone media 2. noun /ˈæŋɡləˌfəʊn/ One who speaks English. See Also: Anglosphere …

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  • 12anglophone — an|glo|phone [ æŋglə,foun ] adjective only before noun an anglophone country is one where English is spoken as one of the main languages …

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  • 13anglophone — UK [ˈæŋɡləʊˌfəʊn] / US [ˈæŋɡləˌfoʊn] adjective [only before noun] an anglophone country is one where English is spoken as one of the main languages …

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  • 14anglophone — /ˈæŋgləfoʊn/ (say anggluhfohn) adjective English speaking. Also, Anglophone. {French} …

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  • 15Anglophone — /ang gleuh fohn /, (sometimes l.c.) n. 1. an English speaking person, esp. a native speaker of English. adj. 2. of or pertaining to speakers of English. [1965 70; ANGLO + PHONE] * * * …

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  • 16anglophone — Canadian Slang A Canadian whose first language is English; also refers to all Canadians who do not speak French …

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  • 17Anglophone — An|glo|pho|ne, auch ...fone der u. die; n, n: jmd., der Englisch als Mutter bzw. Verkehrssprache spricht …

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  • 18Anglophone — n. speaker of English …

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  • 19anglophone — adjective English speaking. noun an English speaking person …

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  • 20anglophone — an·glo·phone …

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