[ key-be-kwah; French key-be-kwa ]
/ ˌkeɪ bɛˈkwɑ; French keɪ bɛˈkwa /
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noun, plural Qué·bec·ois [key-be-kwah, -kwahz; French key-be-kwa]. /ˌkeɪ bɛˈkwɑ, -ˈkwɑz; French keɪ bɛˈkwa/.
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British Dictionary definitions for Québecois
/ (French kebɛkwa) /
noun plural -cois (-kwa)
a native or inhabitant of the province of Quebec, esp a French-speaking one
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