Definición de uitlander en inglés


Pronunciación /ˈītˌlandər/ /ˈaɪtˌlændər/


  • 1inglés de Sudáfrica A foreigner or outsider.

    1. 1.1historical A British immigrant living in the Transvaal who was denied citizenship by the Boers for cultural and economic reasons.
      ‘An attempt by Dr Jameson, a crony of Rhodes, to encourage a rising by the Uitlanders (the British in the Transvaal without political rights) failed in 1896.’
      • ‘Meanwhile, the British government had been putting pressure on the Transvaal to deal with the ongoing grievances of the Uitlanders.’
      • ‘He writes in his book: ‘It would have been easy, Milner later confessed to his intimates, to patch things up with Kruger, and settle those difficulties with the Uitlanders in a Great Deal that could have lasted five, ten or fifteen years.’’
      • ‘The Boers saw the Uitlanders as a threat to their independence and introduced various measures that the Uitlanders considered to be discriminatory.’
      • ‘Their ultimate aim is to seize Pretoria and remedy the grievances of the Uitlanders.’
      • ‘The pretext offered by the British in 1899 for going to war with the Boer Republic of the Transvaal was to protect the poor English or Uitlander population of the Transvaal, which was denied the vote by the Boers.’


Afrikaans, from Dutch uit ‘out’ + land ‘land’.