Definition of Angolan in English:

Angolan

adjective

  • Relating to Angola or its people.

    ‘Angolan agriculture is dominated by small-scale subsistence farmers’
    • ‘But more importantly, his feature film tackles Angolan history and politics with brave originality.’
    • ‘Prestigio is an NGO working at integrating and protecting the interests of young Angolan entrepreneurs.’
    • ‘It's seven years since the Angolan singer released his last album.’
    • ‘Reports said very big shoals of pilchard were found along the Angolan coast north of the Kunene river mouth.’
    • ‘The Angolans were in Namibia to explore trade and investments opportunities for Angolan products.’
    • ‘The construction site employs 2,100 people, 89 percent of whom are Angolan.’
    • ‘Carlos is Angolan-born but now resident in the Netherlands.’

noun

  • A native or inhabitant of Angola, or a person of Angolan descent.

    ‘many Angolans are bilingual’
    • ‘The Angolans need to score their first goal of the tournament.’
    • ‘The Angolans are the top African basketball nation and have qualified for the last two Olympics in Atlanta and Sydney.’
    • ‘Traditional religion is practiced by about 10 percent of Angolans.’
    • ‘She succeeds Luis Sambo, an Angolan who served as the office's regional director for the past 10 years.’
    • ‘The Angolans were in Namibia to explore trade and investments opportunities for Angolan products.’

Pronunciation

Angolan

/aŋˈɡəʊlən/