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ANGLOPHONE

ANGLOPHONE. [Often used without an initial capital].
1. A speaker of English: (Africa) locally born anglophone whites; (Quebec) certified anglophones, permitted by law to send their children to English-medium schools.

2. Of speakers of English: an anglophone school. The term occurs mainly where French is also used. It contrasts with francophone (French-speaking), allophone (speaking a language other than French or English), arabophone (speaking Arabic), hispanophone (speaking Spanish), and lusophone (speaking Portuguese), etc.

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anglophone

an·glo·phone / ˈanggləˌfōn/ • adj. English-speaking: anglophone students. • n. an English-speaking person.

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Anglophone

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