2. Noun. One who speaks English. ¹
3. Adjective. (alternative spelling of Anglophone) ¹
4. Noun. (alternative spelling of Anglophone) ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Anglophone
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anglophone
Literary usage of Anglophone
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1. Views on Migration in Sub-Saharan Africa: Proceedings of an African by Catherine Cross (2007)
"Migration from rural to urban areas in anglophone, Lusophone and ... The first section of this chapter presents the urbanisation levels of some anglophone, ..."
2. Inclusive Education at Work: Students with Disabilities in Mainstream Schools by Oecd (1999)
"Visits were undertaken to three schools in the first anglophone district ... 1n the first anglophone district visited it appears that virtually all do, ..."
3. Quebec by Francois Remillard (2003)
"Quebecers of Other Ethnic Origins For the same reason, a number of francophones have become assimilated into Quebec's anglophone culture. ..."
4. Montreal by Ulysses Travel Guides Staff (2004)
"More than anywhere else in Quebec or Canada, two language communities, francophone and anglophone, share the same territory, the same city. ..."
5. Vocational Education and Training in Southern Africa: A Comparative Study by Salim Akoojee, Simon A. McGrath, Anthony Gewer (2005)
"However, by the late 1990s, it was clear that a range of other discourses that were current in developed anglophone countries' were beginning to permeate ..."
6. Migration and Development: New Partnerships for Co-Operation by OECD Staff (1994)
"Immigrants of anglophone background generally have a lower unemployment rate than those of not- anglophone background, and the differential increases ..."