Definition of Anglocentric in English:

Anglocentric

Line breaks: Anglo|cen¦tric
Pronunciation: /ˌaŋɡləʊˈsɛntrɪk
 
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adjective

Centred on or considered in terms of England or Britain: an Anglocentric, white view of Australian history
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  • He's critical of the Anglocentric view which defines Caribbean literature as Walcott, Naipaul and not much else.
  • Few things are so hypocritical than the cry of ‘racism’ when an outsider correctly skewers both England's arrogant, underachieving football team and the grossly Anglocentric British media.
  • His Scottish kingship was not in any way a trial run for kingship of England; modern scholars of Anglocentric persuasion may make the mistake of thinking that it was, but his English subjects never made that mistake.

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