Definition of 'creole'
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Heavy creole earrings swung from her ears, and her dark eyes were as bright and beautiful as before. THE BLACK OPAL
The next owner, a department-store magnate named Greel, in his late sixties, acquired a mistress, allegedly of French Creole descent. DEAD LINES (2004)
Trends of 'creole'
Used Occasionally. creole is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'creole'
British English: creole NOUN
A creole is a language that has developed from a mixture of different languages and has become the main language in a particular place.
Her statements were aired in creole via various local radio stations.
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