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british
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
british /'britiʃ/
  • tính từ
    • (thuộc) Anh
    • British warm
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  • danh từ
    • the british người Anh
Concise Dictionary
'brɪtɪʃ
noun
+the people of Great Britain
adj.
+of or relating to or characteristic of Great Britain or its people or culture
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective
1 (abbreviation Br.) connected with the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland or the people who live there: the British Government + He was born in France but his parents are British. + British-based / British-born / British-made
2 (the British) noun [pl.] the people of the United Kingdom
Britishness noun [U]
WHICH WORD?
British / English / Briton / Brit
There is no noun which is commonly used to refer to the people of Britain. Instead the adjective British is used: She's British. + The British have a very odd sense of humour. The adjective English refers only to people from England, not the rest of the United Kingdom.
The noun Briton is used mainly in newspapers: The survivors of the avalanche included 12 Britons. It also describes the early inhabitants of Britain:
the ancient Britons. Brit is informal and can sound negative. Britisher is now very old-fashioned.

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