anglo-indian - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "anglo-indian" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

anglo-indian / англо-индиец, евразиец, английский колонизатор Индии
имя существительное
Eurasian, Anglo-Indian
английский колонизатор Индии
имя прилагательное
Eurasian, Anglo-Indian
имя прилагательное
of, relating to, or involving both Britain and India.
Anglo-Indian business cooperation
имя существительное
an Anglo-Indian person.
There were also a few Anglo-Indians in the 1840s. Then, between 1860 and 1900, large numbers of Sikhs and Punjabi Muslims arrived in the country, Indians in the country being estimated at around 3,000 in 1901.
The years after the 1833 Charter Act saw Anglo-Indians again serving in military and civil posts, especially in the rapidly expanding railway, telegraph, and postal services, where they had a notable presence.
The book is a glimpse into the lifestyle of upper class Anglo-Indians , the hierarchy that governed their lives, the social dos and don'ts and the intricacies of life in a small, semi-British town in 1946.
Mr. Hayden who runs a telephone booth in the mostly Anglo-Indian locality of Mettuguda, insists that he comes there only to read newspapers.
‘About 90 per cent of railway employees were Anglo-Indians and this was called the Little England,’ said John D' Souza, who will retire from railways next year.
A pious and obsequious Anglo-Indian nurse named Mary offers to find milk for the child, which she succeeds in doing, without revealing her method to the depressed, ailing mother.
In India a substantial Anglo-Indian army was raised, which landed in Basra in November 1914.
The Colonel has many Indian friends, but despises Anglo-Indians , while Lucy yearns for some friends of her own race.
The second Afghan war of 1878-1880 involved the massacre of the British staff in Kabul, and the comprehensive defeat of an Anglo-Indian army.
The designers worked on their Anglo-Indian décor brief for months finally constructing a centre-ridged, tent-like shell for the eatery to emphasise the British officers' love for camping in tents.
And yet, Anglo-Indians remain a distinct, albeit comparatively small, minority in contemporary India.