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Anglo-American (not comparable)
- Of, belonging to, or involving both England (or Britain), and the United States or Canada.
- 2012, Bernard Bailyn; Philip D. Morgan, Strangers Within the Realm, page 135:
- Indian woodworkers, from the obscure Virginia native John the Bowlmaker to the celebrated Mohegan preacher Samson Occom, carved not only the traditional bowls and spoons but also a flat-bottomed vessel specifically designed for Anglo-American tables.
of relating to England and USA
Anglo-American (plural Anglo-Americans)
- An English-American; an American of English heritage.
- The English language as used in Britain and North America.
- 2012, James Lambert, “Beyond Hobson-Jobson: A new lexicography for Indian English”, in World Englishes, page 306:
- The assumption is that for a substantial part of the vocabulary, Anglo-American and Indian English coincide exactly.
English-American — see English-American