English-speaking


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Adj.1.English-speaking - able to communicate in English
communicatory, communicative - able or tending to communicate; "was a communicative person and quickly told all she knew"- W.M.Thackeray
Translations

English-speaking

[ˈɪŋglɪʃˌspiːkɪŋ] ADJde habla inglesa, anglohablante

English-speaking

[ˈɪŋglɪʃˌspiːkɪŋ] adjdi lingua inglese
References in classic literature ?
But for this, as one may say, public demand, I perhaps should not have ventured to offer these mere "idle thoughts" of mine as mental food for the English-speaking peoples of the earth.
At moments his deliverances seemed to stir people of different minds to fury in two continents, so far as they were English-speaking, and on the coasts of the seven seas; and some of these came back at him with such violent personalities as it is his satisfaction to remember that he never indulged in his attacks upon their theories of criticism and fiction.
No doubt the secret of many a ship's excellence does lie with the man on board, but it was hopeless for Captain S- to try to make his new iron clipper equal the feats which made the old Tweed a name of praise upon the lips of English-speaking seamen.
He did this more than any other writer in that he wrote in English such as all English-speaking people must love to read.
Peter Van Tromp, an English-speaking, two-legged animal of the international genus, and by profession of general and more than equivocal utility.
Back and deep down on the tie-ribs of consciousness, in the mind, say, of the English-speaking race, was a capacity to thrill to short, Saxon words; back and deep down on the tie-ribs of consciousness of the Chinese mind was a capacity to thrill to its own hieroglyphics; but the Chinese mind could not thrill to short, Saxon words; nor could the English-speaking mind thrill to hieroglyphics.
The English-speaking German gentleman who went with me to the opera there was brimming with enthusiasm over that tenor.
The two great English-speaking nations appeared finally to have realized the absolute folly of continual disputes between countries whose destiny and ideals were so completely in accord and whose interests were, in the main, identical.
I have spoken of our English-speaking half-breed, Gomez--a fine worker and a willing fellow, but afflicted, I fancy, with the vice of curiosity, which is common enough among such men.
In October 2017, Ayuku Tabe was declared the first proclaimed leader of the breakaway 'Republic of Ambazonia', which consists of two English-speaking states in western Cameroon.
A two-day workshop aimed at providing an overview of the status of road safety mortality, motorization, transport policies and infrastructure in the English-speaking Caribbean countries will be held in Jamaica next week.
Political leaders have been arrested, public freedoms are being restricted, civil war with the English-speaking separatist regions continues unabated, and inflation is rising, leading observers to remark that Cameroon is a country in crisis.