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also an·glo·phone  (ăn′glə-fōn′)
An English-speaking person, especially one in a country where two or more languages are spoken.

An′glo·phon′ic (-fŏn′ĭk) adj.


(Languages) a person who speaks English, esp a native speaker
(Languages) speaking English


(ˈæŋ gləˌfoʊn)

n. (sometimes l.c.)
an English-speaking person, esp. a native speaker of English.


A. ADJanglófono
B. Nanglófono/a m/f


adj (= English-speaking) → anglophone
n (= English speaker) → anglophone mfAnglo-Saxon [ˌæŋgləʊˈsæksən]
nAnglo-Saxon(ne) m/f
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The turmoil in the two English-speaking regions has been on since October 2016 when a lawyers' and teachers' strike snowballed into a general outcry against marginalisation by the predominantly francophone government and calls for the secession of the minority anglophones.
But the anglophones soon found it was not a marriage of equals.
Resentment among Anglophones over perceived discrimination has fed a spiral of political demands and a crackdown, leading to calls for secession.
Nevertheless, these linguistic criteria for certain public sector jobs, as well as for a growing number of service jobs in the private sector, have come under criticism from a number of unilingual anglophones who feel disadvantaged in the labour market.
According to Fonlon, Anglophones and Francophones should meld into a new common culture that would obliterate differences between them.
Les predicteurs du desir de migrer vers les provinces anglophones et les Etats-Unis etaient semblables : pour s'assurer d'une meilleure carriere professionnelle, l'usage soutenu de l'anglais dans la vie quotidienne, et l'acceptation des migrants anglophones dans la province d'origine des repondants.
At last year's European Championship in Vienna, debaters from Tel Aviv University were declared victors in the English as a Second Language (ESL) category, while another Tel Aviv team reached the Open Final against native Anglophones from Scotland and Ireland.
Les reponses a ces questions ont longtemps fait l'objet de debats animes entre historiens et sociologues, tant anglophones que francophones.
Cameroon has since taken on the role of mediator between Francophones and Anglophones.
Au plan microsociologique, ces transformations sociales ont-elles donne lieu a des identites opposant les Francophones minoritaires aux Francophones quebecois de meme qu'aux Anglophones canadiens?
Whereas the Anglophones came from four different provinces, the majority from western Canada, all of the Francophones were from Quebec.