One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Relating to or characteristic of Central America, its people, or its languages.‘a panel of Central American manufacturers’
- ‘Central American natives like the Aztec, Inca and Maya developed games using teams, balls, and targets.’
- ‘The next chapter looks at the film as the "reinvention of a central American myth".’
- ‘Today, the marimba is used in Central American folk-music.’
- ‘Along with Caribbean and Central American dishes, your dining experience can include Italian, Mexican, German, Thai, or Japanese.’
- ‘Runner beans are of South or Central American origin.’
- ‘Central American leaders are winding down the summit.’
A native or inhabitant of any of the countries of Central America.‘the Central Americans qualified for their first Olympic soccer tournament’
- ‘Mexicans and Central Americans tend to snack less than U.S. citizens and Canadians, preferring to eat only at mealtimes.’
- ‘With four points and Spain officially eliminated, the Central Americans are in the driver's seat to obtain a result that will seal their passage to the next round.’
- ‘He saw his people as Central Americans, and as a Central American, he felt the necessity to help.’
- ‘The Central Americans have lined up warm-up friendlies against fellow finalists before their tournament opener.’
- ‘The area is now characterized by businesses that cater to Central Americans, including bakeries, restaurants, grocery stores, and social service organizations.’
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