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Indian

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈɪndiən/
EAST someone from India
Hintli, Hint uyruklu
NationalitiesPeople of specific racial or ethnic background
WEST an American Indian (= one of the original race of people who lived in North America)
Kızılderili; Amerikan yerlisi
→  See also West Indian NationalitiesPeople of specific racial or ethnic background
Translations of “Indian”
in Spanish indio, hindú…
in French Amérindien/-ienne, Indien/-ienne…
in German der/die Indianer(in), der/die Inder(in)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 印度, 印度人…
in Russian индиец, индеец…
in Chinese (Simplified) 印度, 印度人…
in Polish Hindus/ka, India-nin/nka…
(Definition of Indian from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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