Anglo-american (adjective)

  1. Relating to or denoting people of English descent in the United States.
  2. Relating to or denoting the culture, institutions, and attitudes of English-speaking people in the United States and Britain.

Origin:

Late 19th century: from anglo- + american.

Examples:

  1. The anglo-american settlers brought with them their customs and traditions, which still influence the country today.
  2. The anglo-american alliance was strengthened by their shared history and language.
  3. The anglo-american legal system is based on common law principles.
  4. The anglo-american community was tight-knit and supportive of one another.
  5. The anglo-american culture values individualism and entrepreneurship.
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