Definition of Vanuatu in English:

Vanuatu

proper noun

  • A country consisting of a group of islands in the SW Pacific; population 265,000 (estimated 2015); official languages, Bislama, English, and French; capital, Vila. The islands were administered jointly by Britain and France as the condominium of the New Hebrides. Vanuatu became an independent republic within the Commonwealth in 1980.

Pronunciation

Vanuatu

/ˌvanuːˈɑːtuː/