Afro-Caribbean


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Af·ro-Car·ib·be·an

(ăf′rō-kăr′ə-bē′ən, -kə-rĭb′ē-ən)
adj.
1. Combining African and other, generally European cultural elements as found in the Caribbean region: Afro-Caribbean music; Afro-Caribbean religions.
2. Of or relating to Afro-Caribbeans or their history or culture.
n.
A native or inhabitant of the Caribbean region who is of African ancestry.

Afro-Caribbean

adj
(Peoples) denoting or relating to Caribbean people of African descent or their culture
n
(Peoples) a Caribbean of African descent
Translations

Afro-Caribbean

[ˌæfrəʊkærɪˈbiːən]
A. ADJafrocaribeño
B. Nafrocaribeño/a m/f
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A QUARTER of the 7,700 children and youths held by the police in the West Midlands this year were from the Afro-Caribbean community.
Boutros analyzes artistic self-representation in the writing of three writers who have contributed to the project of a national Afro-Caribbean literature in very different ways.
Chapter 10 summarizes the most important findings and underscores that creole genesis should be located in the emergence of the Danish colony's Afro-Caribbean community.
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Chanise told her story in her own words to mark next week's Natural Hair Week, which celebrates natural Afro-Caribbean hair and beauty.
Intersecting race with ethnicity, as I do mostly in this paper, is an attempt, first, to discern the saliency of race and ethnicity to the social identities of early first-generation Afro-Caribbean immigrants and African Americans, and second, to demonstrate the transitive nature of their social identification.
Alabama) argues that it was the language of the Danish colony's Afro-Caribbean community.
The boy was walking along the footpath with his scooter towards his mother when he was approached from behind by an Afro-Caribbean teenager carrying a BB airgun.
Special Note to Readers: Afro-Caribbean = voluntary immigrant, a person who chose to migrate to the U.
Over the past decade, the center has become home to classes eclectic enough to pique any dancer's interest, from ballet to Gaga to Afro-Caribbean movement.
THE owner of a boutique in one of Coventry's oldest streets wants to convert it to a takeaway specialising in Afro-Caribbean food.