Meaning of Indo-Chinese in English:


Pronunciation /ˌɪndəʊtʃʌɪˈniːz/


  • Relating to or characteristic of Indo-China.

    ‘a new Indo-Chinese restaurant’
    • ‘We order here a couple times a year because they have Indo-Chinese dishes.’
    • ‘Other forms of kickboxing can be found in the Indo-Chinese peninsula.’
    • ‘The second set went on serve before the Indo-Chinese combination secured a mini-break and held their serve thereafter to pocket the match.’
    • ‘The singer is set to perform at an Indo-Chinese musical event with a visiting Chinese musical orchestra on 27 November.’
    • ‘For the record, the lunches and dinners on my visit were exquisitely Indo-Chinese: refined, adventurous, delicious.’


  • A native or inhabitant of Indo-China.

    ‘the Indo-Chinese soon became valuable contributors to their new country’
    • ‘With this, he becomes the first Indo-Chinese to come up with an album in Punjabi.’
    • ‘Over a million and a quarter Vietnamese and Indo-Chinese resettled in the United States.’
    • ‘The Indo-Chinese were founders of a mighty civilization as may be seen at Anghor Vat and elsewhere.’
    • ‘Consider the nations today that did not go in for empire-building: the Indians, the Africans, the Indo-Chinese, the Aborigines, the Slavs.’
    • ‘The scientific institute offered training, and employment, to Indo-Chinese.’