an island in the SE West Indies, off the NE coast of Venezuela: formerly a British colony in the Federation of the West Indies; now part of the independent republic of Trinidad and Tobago. 116 sq. mi. (300 sq. km).
- To·ba·go·ni·an [toh-buh-goh-nee-uhn, -gohn-yuhn], /ˌtoʊ bəˈgoʊ ni ən, -ˈgoʊn yən/, noun
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How to use Tobago in a sentence
That claim was disputed by the health minister of Trinidad and Tobago, according to CNN.
Adding color to the card not only makes it harder to counterfeit, says Agyei Archer, a graphic designer based in Trinidad and Tobago, but also makes it easier to identify and distinguish at a glance.The Current COVID-19 Vaccine Card is Terrible. We Asked Professional Designers to Create a Better Version | Jeffrey Kluger | August 26, 2021 | Time
An injury prevented him from playing against El Salvador, but he returned for the January camp and debuted against Trinidad and Tobago.USMNT’s Daryl Dike is a ‘breath of fresh air’ for a small English club with big hopes | Steven Goff | March 26, 2021 | Washington Post
Known as shado beni or bandhania in Trinidad and Tobago, the herb grows wild throughout the country and is akin to cilantro, but its taste has more fire and fight.Trinidad-style aloo and channa infuses an Indian classic with Caribbean flavor | Brigid Washington | January 22, 2021 | Washington Post
That’s a problem, as Frank Teelucksingh, a physical oceanographer and director of Coastal Dynamics, a company that oversees environmental projects across Trinidad and Tobago, determined while conducting an oil-spill analysis in September.A stranded oil tanker at risk of spilling in the Caribbean looks to be safe — for now | Jariel Arvin | October 22, 2020 | Vox
A desire for more information motivated the Trinidad and Tobago native to come.
The IDF regularly trains the United States Marine Corps and the militaries of Trinidad and Tobago and Germany.
KAMLA PERSAD-BISSESSAR PRIME MINISTER, THE REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND Tobago Kamla Persad-Bissessar was born in Siparia in 1952.
Sir W. Myers offered to embark here with 2000 troops; they were taken on board, and the next morning he sailed for Tobago.The Life of Horatio Lord Nelson | Robert Southey
The islands of Trinidad and Tobago are small factors in international coffee trading.All About Coffee | William H. Ukers
Tobago was captured from the French on the 15th of April, but during the remainder of the year little was done.The West Indies and the Spanish Main  | James Rodway
In 1892 he was a member of the Commission to inquire into the administration of justice at Trinidad and Tobago.
They were apparently those we to-day call Tobago and Grenada.
British Dictionary definitions for Tobago
an island in the SE Caribbean, northeast of Trinidad: ceded to Britain in 1814; joined with Trinidad in 1888 as a British colony; part of the independent republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Pop: 54 084 (2000)
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