- speaking English as a mother tongue
- able to speak English through having learned it
Example Sentences Including 'English-speaking'
Few of the English-speaking visitors had much French, but the Frau Doktor was more than fit to cope.
The Quest for K
For decades after 1945, English-speaking elites invoked the Second World War whenever they needed another war to fight.
France and Germany already have such quotas, but rappers and R&B singers there do not compete directly with English-speaking Americans.
Times, Sunday Times (2001)
Or, in the case of English-speaking principals, the unease of wondering whether you both understood the same thing.
Death in Fashion
Students visit restaurants and go into stores to get familiar with the English-speaking community.
The embassy has arranged for an English-speaking lawyer to be present at the station when the police question you.
The Devil's Door
There are not many English-speaking people out there," Menon said.
There has always been very little contact between the German- and English-speaking residents, even before the Second World War.
TUNING UP AT DAWN: A Memoir of Music and Majorca (2004)
They are spread across all ages with no significant variation between men and women or different English-speaking ethnic groups.
Sun, News of the World (2004)
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