Definition of Equatorial Guinea in US English:

Equatorial Guinea

proper noun

  • A small country in West Africa, on the Gulf of Guinea, comprising several offshore islands and a coastal settlement between Cameroon and Gabon; population 845,000 (estimated 2015); capital, Malabo (on the island of Bioko); languages, Spanish (official), local Niger–Congo languages, pidgin.

    Formerly a Spanish colony, the country became fully independent in 1968. It is the only independent Spanish-speaking state on the continent of Africa. Since 1991 it has been nominally a constitutional democracy

Pronunciation

Equatorial Guinea

/ɛkwəˌtɔriəl ˈɡɪni//ekwəˌtôrēəl ˈɡinē/