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Relating to or characteristic of Belize or its people.‘local Belizean music’
- ‘Although I'm a proud American I'm half Belizian so I wanted to show my support for that country, as well as the country I was born in.’
- ‘It appears that a Belizean "Creole" identity and socio-ecological niche emerged as much in the rural, marginal areas of Belize as in Belize City.’
- ‘Belizean folklore is a combination of European, African, and Mayan beliefs.’
- ‘She was brought up in California by her Belizian mother.’
- ‘The settlement of this dispute remains a major current political issue and a significant one in Belizean history.’
- ‘The national currency is known as the Belizean dollar.’
A native of inhabitant of Belize.‘the terminal was full of Belizeans wrapped in coats as they waited for their ride’
- ‘Belizeans also play baseball and softball.’
- ‘The involvement of the average Belizean is essential to ensure that these people feel invested in and develop a sense of ownership of this industry.’
- ‘Implementing a full scale initiative to broaden the cruise tourism stakeholder base and to get the ordinary Belizean involved could have tremendous social impacts.’
- ‘My mother is from Belize and all my family on that side are Belizians.’
- ‘Conservationists say global recognition has encouraged Belizeans to take a more active role in protecting their natural heritage.’
- ‘An old man, a native Belizean, visited the collection early on and he had never seen these animals.’
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