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westerner

noun [C] (also Westerner) uk   /ˈwes.tə.nər/  us   /-tɚ.nɚ/
a person who comes from a country in North America or western Europe: Some of the Buddhists came from Sri Lanka and Southeast Asia, while others were Westerners by birth. a person who comes from the west of a country, especially the US: Easterners and westerners were equally affected by these changes in American life.
Translations of “westerner”
in Chinese (Traditional) 西方國家的人,西方人…
in Chinese (Simplified) 西方国家的人,西方人…
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