an English-speaking person, especially a native speaker of English.
of or relating to speakers of English.
She covers politics, culture, the environment and human rights in Francophone and Anglophone West Africa for the Voice of America.
A Strongman’s Last Stand Julia L. Ritchey April 4, 2011
Most Anglophone readers know little or nothing about Korean fiction.
Chang-rae Lee: How I Write Noah Charney January 21, 2014
Zadie Smith heralds you as the flag bearer for the Anglophone Novel.
The Lure of Realism Taylor Antrim September 7, 2010
The book draws on numerous archives from Yugoslavia that have largely been ignored by Anglophone scholars.
Did Tito Kill Stalin? A New Book on the Theory Noah Charney July 5, 2012
a person who speaks English, esp a native speaker
“English-speaking,” 1895, from Anglo- + -phone.
noun a group of English-speaking countries that share common roots in British culture and history, usually the UK, the US, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada Contemporary Examples Like Zygier, I grew up in the anglosphere, with all the inherent cultural differences separating me from native-born Israelis. The Many Scandals Of The Prisoner X Affair Michael […]
a republic in SW Africa: formerly an overseas province of Portugal; gained independence Nov. 11, 1975. 481,226 sq. mi. (1,246,375 sq. km). Capital: Luanda. Contemporary Examples Oil arrives on ships from Angola and Russia rather than on trucks and trains from Pennsylvania. Hurricane Sandy’s Economic Sucker Punch Daniel Gross November 4, 2012 Her famous walk—twice—through […]
a member of any of the tribes residing in . Historical Examples Over those of Angolese descent, especially, he was a perfect king, and made them join in the revolt as one man. Black Rebellion Thomas Wentworth Higginson