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1plural Sandawe" or "SandawesA member of an indigenous people of Tanzania.
- ‘They were called to Tanzania, Africa to work with an unreached people group, the Sandawes.’
2mass noun The Khoisan language of the Sandawe.
- ‘The language of the Sandawe people is very different from their neighbours', as Sandawe is classified as a Khoisan, or click language.’
Relating to the Sandawe or their language.
- ‘The herding and tilling of the immigrant peoples, with their metal implements and weapons, upset the Sandawe way of life and sources of food.’
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