[ US /ˌvɛnɪzˈweɪɫən/ ]
  1. a native or inhabitant of Venezuela
  1. of or relating to or characteristic of Venezuela or its people
    Venezuelan oil
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How To Use Venezuelan In A Sentence

  • SAN JUAN DE MARCONA, Peru — In its worldwide quest for commodities, China has scoured South America for everything from Brazilian soybeans to Guyanese timber and Venezuelan oil.
  • But the Venezuelan characters were too broad-brush, and the country was represented in a way so negative you have to go back to the Soviet Union era to find a comparison. 'Parks and Recreation' recap: Viva Pawnee! |
  • However, I used the word “yet” in Spanish: por ahora, that brings special memories to Venezuelans... 01/30/2005 - 02/06/2005
  • Venezuelan oil
  • Since oil accounts for half the Venezuelan government's revenue, it's the prize in a protracted struggle for power.
  • In 2007 Andres Izarra, the director of the ALBA television station TeleSUR and former Venezuelan Minister of Communication stated upon backing the closure of the most important independent Venezuelan television station RCTV, "What I believe is that to construct the objectives about which the President (Chavez) speaks, we have to build communicational hegemony. Joel D. Hirst: Bolivia: Control Racism or Control Speech?
  • How anyone taking one look at the privately owned (and that’s most) Venezuelan media could claim that “criticism of the president” has been outlawed is beyond me – they do nothing but criticise Chavez, yet have not been closed down. abolish the senate who was control by the opposition, Think Progress » American Press Fearmonger Against Mexico’s Progressive Candidate
  • The Venezuelan strongman had promised that his candidates would win two-thirds of the unicameral congress, guaranteeing it would continue to be a rubber stamp. A Defeat for Ch
  • Venezuelan Victor Hugo won a competition at the tender age of 12 to perform in a philharmonic choir.
  • Past Venezuelan equine encephalitis epidemics provide lessons regarding today's zoonotic disease prevention and control systems.
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