One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Relating to or characteristic of Uganda or its people.‘we venture into a Ugandan rainforest’
- ‘Ugandan artists are visiting Gloucestershire and are learning how to cast at the foundry.’
- ‘He presently resumes his very sorry impression with a light touch of Ugandan accent about the o's.’
- ‘She saw "instant bonding" between the Ugandan teachers and the students they visited.’
- ‘It was a popular night spot in the Ugandan capital of Kampana.’
- ‘Even the relatively posh hotel that she is staying at—all gleaming white—is not as posh as the first Ugandan hotel we see in the film.’
A native or inhabitant of Uganda, or a person of Ugandan descent.‘the extended family continues to be important to Ugandans’
- ‘The Ugandans had lost their rhythm: it was no surprise when Rwanda scored in the second half.’
- ‘These Ugandans have a great ear for catchy tunes.’
- ‘Most rural Ugandans concern themselves with their crops and animals, and practising their trades.’
- ‘Many Ugandans are incredibly generous with their time, and will always share resources like money and possessions around the family and the village.’
- ‘A Ugandan by birth, he was working in Zanzibar.’
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