Definition of Brazilian. Meaning of Brazilian. Synonyms of Brazilian

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Definition of Brazilian

Brazilian
Brazilian Bra*zil"ian, a. Of or pertaining to Brazil. -- n. A native or an inhabitant of Brazil. Brazilian pebble. See Pebble, n., 2.

Meaning of Brazilian from wikipedia

- mostly in Brazil Brazilians, the people (citizens) of Brazil, or of Brazilian descent Brazilian culture, describing the Culture of Brazil Brazilian barbecue...
- "Brazilian Federal Constitution" (in Portuguese). Presidency of the Republic. 1988. Retrieved 3 June 2008. "Brazilian Federal Constitution". v-brazil.com...
- Brazilians (brasileiros in Portuguese, IPA: [bɾaziˈlejɾus]) are citizens of Brazil. A Brazilian can also be a person born abroad to a Brazilian parent...
- Barral, Brazilian Oswaldo Fadda, Brazilian Ricardo Liborio, Brazilian Kyra Gracie, Brazilian Claudia Gadelha, Brazilian Andre Galvao, Brazilian Marcelo...
- http://www.rollingstone.com/music/lists/20-insanely-great-genesis-songs-only-hardcore-fans-know-20141010/the-brazilian-20141010 The Brazilian at AllMusic...
- International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation implemented much of the current criteria and modern belt ranks. White belt is the beginning rank for all Brazilian jiu-jitsu...
- the IBGE, the Brazilian Statistics bureau, there were about 189,953,000 inhabitants in 2008. As of the latest (2010) census, the Brazilian government estimates...
- and Brazil is administered by the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF), the governing body for football in Brazil. They have been a member of FIFA since...
- there is no consensus about it in Brazilian society. Brazilians rarely use the American-style phrase "African Brazilian" as a term of ethnic identity and...
- presents the insignia and ranks of the Brazilian military. These ranks originate from those adopted upon Brazil's independence from Portugal in 1822. Nowadays...
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