English: relating to, or characteristic of, England or its people, culture or language adjectivenoun
the English: the people from England noun
an Englishman: a man from England noun
  • "Pale English teen becomes viral sensation with risqué photos."
  • "The English they don't have a cuisine, my friend, they have only the food"
  • "You speak English."
  • "Susie's mother : You're drinking like an Englishman?"
  • "Unlike some other Robin Hoods, I can speak with an English accent."
  • "What do the English usually eat with chips to make them more interesting?"
  • "You speak English, I speak English."
  • "On behalf of the entire flight crew, we would like to thank you once again for choosing English Airlines, and we wish you a pleasant stay in London, or wherever your travels may take you."
  • "Genteel manners, impeccable grooming, a slightly flamboyant dress sense, a love of theatre - all the hallmarks of an English gentleman - are frowned upon in a post-Brexit Europe."

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