[ US /ˈæfɹəkən, ˈæfɹɪkən/ ]
of or relating to the nations of Africa or their peoples
- a native or inhabitant of Africa
How To Use African In A Sentence
- A lot of the foods that we connect with African-Americans, whether totemically, whether positively or negatively, are indeed and in fact foods from the continent. NPR Topics: News
- Recently—too recently for the information to be included in "Carthage Must Be Destroyed"—the site of the Battle of Baecula in 208 B.C., where Scipio Africanus defeated a Carthaginian army under Hannibal's brother Hasdrubal, was discovered in Spain. An Empire of the Mediterranean
- Much African art still seems religiously alive and therefore not entirely at home in a secular environment.
- When the Mexican chair of the meeting declared the talks formally closed there were whoops of delight from the African delegates.
- They dismiss concerns that some of the Africans who flocked to Libya under Mr. Gadhafi's policy of pan-Africanism might be subject to retribution.
- AMEN: Grassroots Football is an incredible interactive roadbook from photographer Jessica Hilltout that depicts the essence of soccer as experienced throughout the African continent. Daniel Maree: Six Positively Promising World Cup Campaigns You Might Have Missed
- As for the problem…one wonders if the africanized honeybee is having similar problems or if it is limited to the “domesticated” variety. Bees still alive and buzzing | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.
- Most African music features one singer or star, but this is a guitar band. Times, Sunday Times
- The Bantustans represented an imposed tribalism, with indigenous Africans forcibly displaced onto reservations carved out of the country's poorest land.
- A stomach-teasing aroma of stewed food was in the air, and the thrumming of African bass guitar wafted through the open window.