Definition of Indo-China in English:


Line breaks: Indo-China
Pronunciation: /ˌɪndəʊˈtʃʌɪnə
(also Indochina)
The peninsula of SE Asia containing Burma (Myanmar), Thailand, Malaya, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam; especially, the part of this area consisting of Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam, which was a French dependency ( French Indo-China) from 1862 to 1954.



Pronunciation: /-tʃʌɪˈniːz/
adjective& noun
More example sentences
  • He taught them drills based on Indian yoga practices which resembled the movements of the 18 main animals in the Indo-Chinese iconography.
  • This missile like structure, which commemorates the Indo-Chinese War of 1940-41, serves as transport hub for Bangkok.
  • I had Indo-Chinese fried fish which was even better than I remembered.

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