One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Relating to or characteristic of Sudan or its people.‘the family is at the heart of Sudanese life’
- ‘I find the Sudanese drivers pleasant and polite.’
- ‘Others of considerable importance include cowpea, okra, and melokhia, the last two of which are typical ingredients in Sudanese cookery.’
- ‘He complements his trilingual abilities—he speaks English, Arabic and a Sudanese dialect— with a qualifying SAT score and a 3.0-plus GPA.’
- ‘She found strength in the support of the Sudanese community in Nairobi.’
- ‘He now runs a successful restaurant in Edinburgh with a British-born Sudanese partner.’
- ‘The etchings by the Sudanese artist are from a series inspired by Bob Dylan's music.’
A native or inhabitant of Sudan, or a person of Sudanese descent.‘many Sudanese continue to work in agriculture’
- ‘Despite massive migration to urban areas since independence, many Sudanese continue to work in agriculture.’
- ‘The Sudanese deserve a lot of credit for this.’
- ‘He was among nearly three hundred Sudanese who congregated for a concert by the singer.’
- ‘The Sudanese will recite beautifully crafted songs.’
- ‘The experienced Sudanese had no answer to a brace of first-half goals.’
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