of or relating to Burma (now Myanmar), its inhabitants, or their language.
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How to use Burmese in a sentence
Manttan is keen to carry out research on that Burmese side of the railway as his father worked on that section.
"I have no faith in the Burmese government anymore," she said.
Another piece might cause people to come up short is an elaborate green Burmese Buddhist alms bowl on a stand covered in gold.Hello, ‘Gorgeous’: Grit and Glamour In San Francisco | Emily Wilson | June 20, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Chinese Drones Target Drug KingpinBy Brendan Hong How China used drones to capture a Burmese drug kingpin.
“The Burmese Army has not changed,” one Karenni ranger said.Myanmar’s Free Burma Rangers Are Like Doctors Without Borders…With Guns | James Griffiths | April 19, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
But that part of the Burmese army stationed at Arracan, under the command of Bandoola, had been more successful.Fox's Book of Martyrs | John Foxe
The hero, having an uncle, a trader on the Indian and Burmese rivers, goes out to join him.A Roving Commission | G. A. Henty
It is a good thing we brought Ramaswamy with us, for he can speak Burmese and interpret for us; the monk knows no English.
It was a grand idea thus to preserve indelibly on stone the whole Burmese Bible.
This is a grand chance, because Burmese pwés are very funny things indeed.
British Dictionary definitions for Burmese
of, relating to, or characteristic of Burma (Myanmar), its people, or their language
a native or inhabitant of Burma (Myanmar)
the official language of Burma (Myanmar), belonging to the Sino-Tibetan family
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