- n. A native or inhabitant of Bangladesh or of Bangladeshi descent.
- adj. Of, from, or pertaining to Bangladesh.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A native or inhabitant of Bangladesh.
“In my view, Rajibul and his powerful work belong to what I call the Bangladeshi "school" of photography ... the dark and brooding style, which showcases social issues which need to be addressed.”
“NGOs would not have such influence in Bangladeshi villages without the country’s moderate, syncretic form of Islam.”
“Dubri District, b bordering Bangladeshi, which is also known as the hub of the Bangladeshi migrant population openly claim it as “Mini-Bangladeshi”.”
“For authentic Bangali or Dhaka Bangladeshi cuisine, make a trip to Kasturi, a little known street eatery on Mushtaq Ahmed Street.”
“His daily earning is around 150-160 Bangladeshi which is a very small amount, and he has to suffer a lot to maintain his family and children with such a small amount.”
“Bangladeshi' and 299 'Mixed White UK and Black Caribbean'.”
“On Tuesday, the repatriation of Bangladeshi workers was to pick up considerably, with more than 2,400 to be taken home on eight flights to Dhaka, Chauzy said.”
“On Wednesday, at least 1,200 Bangladeshi workers will be flown home, he said.”
“Nobel laureate Muhammad Yunus says the Bangladeshi government is trying to gain control of the microfinance bank he founded.”
“Ms. Jaffrey 's new book, "At Home With Madhur Jaffrey," which will be published this week by Knopf, is her first book to cover Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Sri Lankan food together.”
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