Translation of Afro-Caribbean in Spanish:


afroantillano, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌæfroʊkəˈrɪbiən/ /ˌafrəʊkarɪˈbiːən/ /ˌafrəʊkəˈrɪbɪən/


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    • Two years ago many elderly Afro-Caribbean residents were left high and dry when their local organisation closed after 17 years.
    • This pioneering project will bring together Afro-Caribbean businesses to discuss key issues affecting them and to agree strategic priorities and action plans.
    • ‘Especially in the tribal scenes, it's so similar to what we do in Afro-Caribbean dance,’ says the Dominican-born producer, who is also a performer in her own right.
    • It's Notting Hill Carnival weekend, when the streets of London's hippest neighbourhood are filled with the sights and sounds of one the world's most famous celebrations of Afro-Caribbean culture.
    • The charity, which works with Afro-Caribbean children, is planning a mentoring scheme for boys who are under-achieving at school to help get them back on track.
    • The business has been open for 12 months and is a salon which specialises in hair products for Afro-Caribbean people.
    • The only description he was able to provide was that they spoke with Afro-Caribbean accents and were around 5ft 7in tall.
    • I've got Nigerian, Brazilian and Afro-Caribbean blood but was born in Paddington and lived there for the first 15 years of my life.
    • I'd learn to sew properly, and I'd take up Afro-Caribbean drumming again.
    • Its association with Afro-Cuban or Afro-Caribbean religions is fairly common.
    • As the evening progressed numbers grew and the crowd was swelled by people of other ethnic origins including white and Afro-Caribbean youths.
    • He has his own record label and many Afro-Caribbean artists are signing on.
    • He was perhaps one of the most famous artists who spread Afro-Caribbean music around the world.
    • She taught twice a week, mainly Afro-Caribbean and indigenous folk dance.
    • You can hear a lot of Afro-Caribbean influence, but it is completely open.
    • The group is made up of English Afro-Caribbean women with no experience of violence.
    • Other events that have been organised include a women's multicultural food tasting event where white, Asian, Afro-Caribbean women tasted food from different parts of the world.
    • The unit is also particularly keen to hear from Asian and Afro-Caribbean women, who for cultural reasons are often unwilling to take part.
    • She would like to set up a national scheme to bring together Asian and Afro-Caribbean business people.
    • The narrative engages the theme of searching for lost roots, in this case, Afro-Caribbean ones, but does so subtly, without fanfare, yet with plenty of visual impact.

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    • El término de más amplia aceptación en Gran Bretaña para referirse a gente con antepasados africanos que procede del Caribe o que vive allí.