mainlander

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See also: Mainlander

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From mainland +‎ -er.

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mainlander (plural mainlanders)

  1. Someone who lives on the mainland.
  2. A person from mainland China, as opposed to someone from Hong Kong, Macau or Taiwan, a Mainlander (with a capital M).

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