Definitions

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  • noun A person from Zimbabwe or of Zimbabwean descent.
  • adjective Of, from, or pertaining to Zimbabwe, the Zimbabwean people or the Zimbabwean language.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a native or inhabitant of Zimbabwe
  • adjective of or relating to or characteristic of Zimbabwe or its people

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Examples

  • Governor Mervyn King said, "UK PLC is too far down the pan to save - we're investing in Zimbabwean Dollars".

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Governor Mervyn King said, "UK PLC is too far down the pan to save - we're investing in Zimbabwean Dollars".

    News in Brief - 5 February 2009

  • Here is the Second part of the video, on how the new economic downturn is affecting the community: salaries paid in Zimbabwean dollars have to be converted into the more stable currency, the South African Rand, and it isn't enough even to buy basic necessities.

    Global Voices in English » Zimbabwe: Faces of the crisis and a cry for help

  • Anyone think CI Silver will baulk at paying me offshore in Zimbabwean blood diamonds or my idea to source all police catering at the same place? on February 28, 2010 at 10: 29 pm inspectorgadget

    Satisfied? Confident? You Will Be…… « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • But he was there and a force in Zimbabwean politics before independence: the chances are that he would have come to power sooner or later.

    Archive 2007-11-18

  • The lack of cash flow, the constant devaluation of the currency from the 1700% inflation rate and a fixed price for gold in Zimbabwean dollars left miners finding it hard to produce gold at a profit.

    Archive 2007-04-22

  • The lack of cash flow, the constant devaluation of the currency from the 1700% inflation rate and a fixed price for gold in Zimbabwean dollars left miners finding it hard to produce gold at a profit.

    Silver and stuff april 23

  • But he was there and a force in Zimbabwean politics before independence: the chances are that he would have come to power sooner or later.

    Smith & Mugabe: Who is the better man?

  • Many are afraid that if they lose their job, they fall prey to all of the ravaging forces in Zimbabwean society — they join the 70-80 percent of the country that's unemployed, waiting in bank queues, trying to somehow scrounge up food.

    Life in Mugabe-ville

  • Many are afraid that if they lose their job, they fall prey to all of the ravaging forces in Zimbabwean society — they join the 70-80 percent of the country that's unemployed, waiting in bank queues, trying to somehow scrounge up food.

    Life in Mugabe-ville

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