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Sentence count:172+50 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-16Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: as it iscelebritycriticcriticalcriticizetissuethat isbringMeaning: ['brɪtɪʃ]  n. the people of Great Britain. adj. of or relating to or characteristic of Great Britain or its people or culture. 
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1. These policies have wreaked havoc on the British economy.
2. The British police do not carry guns.
3. In 1979, only 2% of British professors were female.
4. In 1918 British women got the right to vote.
5. The British cooperated with the French in many things.
6. She was a British Council scholar.
7. The British left in a convoy of 20 cars.
8. Your carrier for this flight is British Airways.
9. The British were formerly dominant in India.
10. The British guards searched his clothes.
11. British athletes had mixed fortunes in yesterday's competition.
12. The British fleet sailed from Southampton early this morning.
13. These changes strike at the heart of British/American/modern society.
14. He was charged with spying on British military bases.
15. American English is significantly different from British English.
16. Politeness is traditionally part of the British character.
17. The British considered him a worthy adversary.
18. The American constitution was planned; the British constitution evolved.
19. Much British humour depends on ambiguity.
20. She lives in France but has British nationality.
20. Wish you can benefit from our online sentence dictionary and make progress every day!
21. She is the undoubted star of British ballet.
22. A British soldier was wounded in the fighting.
23. The enemy have attacked the British sector.
24. She's been appointed British ambassador to the UN.
25. The British government retaliated by breaking off diplomatic relations.
26. The House of Windsor is the British royal family.
27. He haunted the British Museum when living in London.
28. He's been meeting with British parliamentarians and government officials.
29. The reorganization will transform the British entertainment industry.
30. These sites remain largely unknown to the British public.
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