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Cambodian

Line breaks: Cam|bo¦dian
Pronunciation: /kamˈbəʊdɪən
 
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Definition of Cambodian in English:

noun

1A native or inhabitant of Cambodia, or a person of Cambodian descent.
Example sentences
  • In addition, Cambodians have borrowed words from Thai, French, Chinese, and Vietnamese.
  • Police arrested 24 Cambodians and Burmese, twenty males and four females.
  • The Thais, like the Cambodians after them, failed to respond with much enthusiasm to the new faith and the clergy eventually had to admit defeat.
2 another term for Khmer (the language).
Example sentences
  • Learn and practice your Cambodian with a native speaker in a language exchange via email, text chat, and voice chat.
  • You probably don't speak Cambodian yourself, so there are a few questions you'll need to consider when choosing a translation company.
  • Learn to speak Cambodian.

adjective

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Relating to Cambodia, its people, or their language.
Example sentences
  • The more contact a village has with Cambodians from the central plains, the more likely their exposure to schools and education in Cambodian subjects and language.
  • The prime minister added that while Japanese language is not yet in the national education program, the number of Cambodian students learning the language has increased significantly.
  • If the athlete wants to commit himself to the sport, he will beat foreign boxers because Cambodian tactics are better.

Words that rhyme with Cambodian

collodion, custodian, melodeon, nickelodeon, Odeon

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