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Southeast Asia

[ sohth-eest ey-zhuh, ey-shuh ]

noun

  1. the countries and land area of Brunei, Myanmar (Burma), Cambodia, East Timor, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.


Southeast Asia

noun

  1. a region including Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam


Southeast Asia

  1. A geographical subdivision of Asia that includes the following nations: Burma , Cambodia , Indonesia , Laos , Malaysia , the Philippines , Singapore , Thailand , and Vietnam .


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  • Southeast Asian adjective noun
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Example Sentences

Social commerce is also gaining traction in Southeast Asia, with gross merchandise value growing threefold during the first half of 2020, according to iKala.

When it comes to e-commerce, Southeast Asia’s internet economy is the fastest-growing online market globally, with Africa trailing behind.

From Ozy

Elsewhere in Southeast Asia, countries have also readily embraced the Sinovac, even as wildly different efficacy rates have been recorded for its vaccine.

From Quartz

That growth is largely concentrated in sub-Saharan Africa, South and Southeast Asia.

PT Garuda Indonesia was certified last month to transport vaccines across a country that has Southeast Asia’s biggest outbreak with more than 520,000 confirmed cases.

From Fortune

It is very popular in Southeast Asia and has had massive growth.

Wilderness was what I needed most in those days, after returning from war in Southeast Asia.

From 2006 to 2010 he visited with Europe, Latin America and Southeast Asia on “special missions.”

How does an African virus find its way to the jungles of Southeast Asia?

Demand is highest in places like China and Southeast Asia, where sudden wealth is fueling the urge to travel to faraway places.

Will China be able to continue its eighteenth-century dream of direct or indirect domination of Southeast Asia?

I come now finally to Southeast Asia--and to Vietnam in particular.

We were still struggling with the after-effects of a long, unpopular, and bloody war in Southeast Asia.

The mounting crisis in Southeast Asia foreshadows bankruptcies and delinquencies on a chilling scale.

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