Definición de African en inglés:

African

Saltos de línea: Af¦ri|can
Pronunciación: /ˈafrɪk(ə)n
 
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sustantivo

  • 1A person from Africa, especially a black person.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Meanwhile, more black African slaves were owned by black Africans than white Americans.
    • It is a blend of customs of the Amerindians, the Africans, the East Indians and the Europeans.
    • Prices paid by Africans to Africans were only infrequently recorded.
  • 1.1A person of black African descent.
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    • Many of the names belong to people of Arabic, African or Asian descent.
    • He created a free school to teach Africans and their descendants to read the Bible.
    • How important was is to have the film made by Africans and people of African descent?

adjetivo

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  • Relating to Africa or people of African descent.
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    • The men, all of North African descent, were dressed casually and appeared in the dock with two interpreters.
    • The disease is more common in men of African descent, and those aged over 60.
    • On board were two men of African descent who had stowed away on the ship.

Origen

from Latin Africanus, from Africa (terra) '(land) of the Afri', an ancient people of North Africa.

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