"ANGLO [aw-glo] adj. or m. or f.
anglophone) Anglophone. English.
I comprends pas, c't'un Anglo. He doesn't understand, he's English."
"ANGLA [Aw-gla] adj. or m.
(var. angalais) 1. English, Anglophone
2. Any person in Quebec who has adopted English as his everyday language, be he or she
Irish, Italian, Ukrain, Russian, German etc., but not Oriental."
"ANGLE [Awg'-le] m.
n. (F:E mean)
2. Point of view. J'vois pas ca sous c'tangle-la. I don't see it from that angle."
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