- of, relating to, or characteristic of Cambodia, its people, or its culture.
Origin of Cambodian
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Examples from the Web for cambodian
The initial collections displayed Cambodian menu photo rejects and paper found in copy machines.New York’s Tiniest—and Weirdest—Museum
May 29, 2014
One New York City-based salon owner on teaching Cambodian sex trade survivors his tricks of the trade.A Beauty School for Former Sex Trade Victims
Misty White Sidell
May 20, 2013
The company reacted on Monday, vowing to ensure better conditions for their Cambodian seamstresses.
The 22-minute report (that you can watch with English subtitles here), alleges that H&M's Cambodian workers are vastly underpaid.
A new Swedish documentary alleges that the retailer pays its Cambodian workers $.45 an hour.
We prefer the Cambodian sage who remarked: "In hell, it's bad form to harp on the heat."Unicorns
But his account of the Cambodian mode of capture is still more remarkable.Siam
George B. Bacon
The Cambodian is his own artificer and self-sufficing so far as his own needs are concerned.
The population is about 5000, two-thirds Cambodian and the remainder Chinese and Siamese.
Until then, I had enjoyed but a foretaste of the life and manners of the Cambodian Court.Their Majesties as I Knew Them</p>
- of or relating to Cambodia or its inhabitants
- a native or inhabitant of Cambodia
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