Anglo-Indian

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Etymology[edit]

Anglo- +‎ Indian

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Anglo-Indian (plural Anglo-Indians)

  1. A person from the Anglo-Indian community (a distinct community originating in India with ancestry from several European and Indian ethnic groups).
  2. (historical) A person of English or British citizenship or ancestry living in India.

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Anglo-Indian (not comparable)

  1. Of, relating to, or between England, or Britain, and India.
    Anglo-Indian relations

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