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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As an Afro Caribbean councillor I get lots of people coming to me, not just Afro-Caribbeans but Bangladeshis and others, people who have got an idea but don't know how to access support mechanisms or lenders - it's like another world," she said.
Many of the individuals with membership in the profession class came with a vision to establish their own practices and to serve other Afro-Caribbeans in and around New York City (The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education 1996-7).
Traditional African ready meals had previously not found a market in the UK because people had always made the dishes from scratch, claimed Magbadelo, "Afro and Afro-Caribbeans in the UK have been able to move up the economic ladder with better jobs, giving less time to prepare the food they love.
As Chamberlain herself concludes about the Indo-Caribbeans, "[a]s with Afro-Caribbeans, versatility and adaptation appears to be the name of the game.
What matters is that you help to prevent more bloodshed, and stop the violence that even now is fanning out from Birmingham to other cities where Asians and Afro-Caribbeans rub shoulders.
Likewise Africans look down on Afro-Caribbeans because they have no culture.
A tv company is conducting a nationwide search for any Welsh people whose ancestors were among the first Africans and Afro-Caribbeans to arrive in Wales in the 17th and 18th centuries.
Formerly British Honduras, Belize has a diverse population of 250,000 Afro-Caribbeans, Hispanics, Creoles, mestizos, Mayans and others.
During the 1950s many Afro-Caribbeans came to Britain in search of a better standard of living.
Participants must be male, Afro-Caribbeans, with dreadlocks, slim and 5ft 10in to 6ft tall.