Anglo-American

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Anglo- +‎ American

Adjective[edit]

Anglo-American (not comparable)

  1. 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.

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Noun[edit]

Anglo-American (plural Anglo-Americans)

  1. An English-American; a North American of English heritage.
  2. 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[1], page 306:
      The assumption is that for a substantial part of the vocabulary, Anglo-American and Indian English coincide exactly.

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