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Britisher
American English: /ˈbrɪdɪʃər/
British English: /ˈbrɪtɪʃə/

Translation of Britisher in Spanish:

noun

  • (American English)
    británico, (-ca) (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • And certainly a good number of Britishers, native and imports, were making good use of India to enjoy their journey.
    • In ‘Horizons’, the cultivation of English-style gardens is depicted as the means by which homesick Britishers could ‘almost forget’ they were in Australia, so deeply did they detest the place.
    • Hindus had fought shoulder to shoulder with Muslims against the British rulers but when the Britishers captured power it was natural for them to go as far as they could to please them.

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