belonging to, relating to, or involving England and America, especially the United States, or the people of the two countries:
the Anglo-American policy toward Russia.
of or relating to Anglo-Americans.
a native or descendant of a native of England who has settled in or become a citizen of America, especially of the United States.
Pearlstein foresees a growing shift of power away from “old Europe” and Anglo-American models.
How’d Obama Do at the G-20? The Daily Beast April 2, 2009
He has no equal in contemporary Anglo-American letters; there are followers and disciples but no heir apparent.
How Will Hitchens Be Remembered? Jason Cowley December 15, 2011
The Anglo-American “conversations” about the timing of the second front often grew heated and testy.
D-Day Historian Craig Symonds Talks About History’s Most Amazing Invasion Marc Wortman June 4, 2014
Along with all the others, an Anglo-American controversy (still unresolved today) grew up out of this matter of Omaha.
Blood in the Sand: When James Jones Wrote a Grunt’s View of D-Day James Jones November 14, 2014
Is it possible that the entire Anglo-American world offers too narrow a scope?
Who Stole the Thriller? Alexander Nazaryan March 21, 2010
Maulevrier says it is delightfully amusing—ever so much better than the beaten track of life in Anglo-American Paris.’
Phantom Fortune, A Novel M. E. Braddon
Those, it will be remembered, were the days before Anglo-American copyright.
A Writer’s Recollections (In Two Volumes), Volume II Mrs. Humphry Ward
Up to the year 1877 nearly all the pioneer work in the interior of the Congo basin was the outcome of Anglo-American enterprise.
The Development of the European Nations, 1870-1914 (5th ed.) John Holland Rose
The instinct of her Anglo-American nature revolted at the unfairness of the struggle.
Remember the Alamo Amelia E. Barr
It’s to be an Anglo-American pageant, to symbolize the school.
The Jolliest School of All Angela Brazil
of or relating to relations between England and the United States or their peoples
(mainly US) an inhabitant or citizen of the United States who was or whose ancestors were born in England
1738, from Anglo- + American. Originally often in contrast to German immigrants. In contrast to non-English neighboring or border people in the U.S. from 1809 (adj.); 1834 (n.). Meaning “pertaining to both England and the United States” is from 1812.
belonging, relating to, or involving England and Australia, or the people of the two countries. a native or descendant of a native of England who has settled in Australia. Contemporary Examples The instrument is attached to the Anglo-Australian Telescope at the Siding Spring Observatory, northwest of Sydney, Australia. SAMI Is Like Google Earth for the […]
an adherent of Anglo-Catholicism. a member of the Church of England, as distinguished from a Roman Catholic or member of the Greek or Russian Orthodox churches. of or relating to Anglo-Catholicism or Anglo-Catholics. Historical Examples Ten or fifteen years afterwards Anglo-Catholic sentiment was again strong. Studies in Contemporary Biography James Bryce, Viscount Bryce Who ever […]
the tradition or form of worship in the Anglican Church that emphasizes Catholicity, the apostolic succession, and the continuity of all churches within the communion with pre-Reformation Christianity as well as the importance of liturgy and ritual. the religion of the Church of England, as distinguished from that of the Roman Catholic, Greek Orthodox, or […]
- Anglo-egyptian sudan
former name of . noun the former name (1899–1956) of the Sudan