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Relating to Bolivia, its people, or their culture.‘a major Bolivian city’
- ‘"The Bolivian people have a big, broad heart and great wisdom," he said.’
- ‘This is the third Bolivian home victory over Paraguay in a row in World Cup competition.’
- ‘The company's shareholders are Bolivian and Chilean.’
- ‘Ballon, who is half Bolivian, set out to document the airline's constant battle against its seemingly inevitable demise.’
- ‘I am Bolivian in every sense of the word.’
- ‘Morales received a hero's welcome in an airport in the Bolivian capital of La Paz Wednesday night.’
A native or inhabitant of Bolivia, or a person of Bolivian descent.‘a Bolivian who revolutionized salsa’‘many Bolivians marry in church’
- ‘At least 30 per cent of Bolivians speak a native language before Spanish.’
- ‘Bolivians celebrate the main Catholic holidays such as Easter, Christmas, and Corpus Christi.’
- ‘A Bolivian of modest means named Simon Patino became convinced that he could become rich mining tin.’
- ‘In urban areas, most Bolivians eat a very simple breakfast and a large, relaxed, and elaborate lunch.’
- ‘Although relatively few Bolivians immigrate to the United States, those who do are often clerical and administrative workers.’
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