One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Relating to or characteristic of Kampuchea (now Cambodia) or its people.‘the Kampuchean nation’
- ‘A report from Oxfam argued that it was time the humanitarian needs of the Kampuchean people were put first.’
- ‘The luminous, newly sprouted grass fields reminded her of the paddies of tender rice shoots covering the lowland Kampuchean countryside.’
- ‘It was difficult for a non-specialist to track the real direction of the Kampuchean revolution as far as the vast majority of the country's people were concerned.’
- ‘However, behind the scenes, Kampuchean leaders continued to fear what they perceived as Vietnamese expansionism.’
A native or inhabitant of Kampuchea (now Cambodia)‘to many Kampucheans the train is a symbol of the country coming back to life’
- ‘Our commander was a Kampuchean who returned from Vietnam after going through education there.’
- ‘The Kampucheans call it Tonle Tom or Great River.’
- ‘Since then, the Kampucheans have reintroduced a semblance of normality.’
- ‘Generation after generation, Kampucheans have found refuge and inspiration under the roofs of our pagodas.’
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