[ US /ˈtɹɪnɪˌdæd/ ]
  1. an island in West Indies just off the northeastern coast of Venezuela
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How To Use Trinidad In A Sentence

  • B.C. Pires, a Trinidadian journalist-turned bogger who now resides in Barbados, has been following developments from the outset. Global Voices in English » Trinidad & Tobago: Where’s the Integrity?
  • Hiding out in or near steamy rivers and swamps in South America east of the Andes from Colombia to Paraguay and also on the island of Trinidad, these semiaquatic serpents are the largest snakes in the world.
  • Trinidad reverberates to soca, and Martinique to the racing double beat of zouk.
  • Like much of urban Trinidad, this appears to be a functional if unaesthetic sprawl of small businesses, shops, fast-food outlets, homes, temples, mosques and Hindu prayer flags.
  • Trinidadians are said by Creoles to be ethnically ‘mixed-up’ like callaloo, a kind of soup made from dasheen leaves and containing crab.
  • When speaking to the seminar Mr Franklin spoke of his experience, gained on a recent visit to Trinidad.
  • She also refuses to believe her when my friend says that people speak English in Trinidad.
  • Trinidad was granted universal adult suffrage in 1945.
  • The Julie, or St Julien, is probably a Trinidadian variety, and has a similar flavour to the famous "Alphonse" mango of India. Caribbean Net News Daily Headlines
  • I felt that the Caribbean needed to support its Chinese people, she says, referring to the sizeable Chinese communities in Trinidad and Jamaica. BBC News - Home
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