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western

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Nationality & race, Geography
westernwest‧ern1, Western /ˈwestən $ -ərn/ ●●● S2 W2 adjective (written abbreviation W) 🔊 🔊 1 SANSGin or from the west of a country or area 🔊 the western end of the bay 🔊 Western Australia2 relating to ideas and ways of doing things that come from Europe and the Americas 🔊 Western philosophies country and western
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westernI had wanted to cross a relatively low pass at the western end of the range.Woman-centred psychology is grounded in a particular woman-centred form of western feminism.In western Iowa, there's not a whole lot to do.In addition there is a large western lunette window.The objectives of the western operations would have to be clearly defined from the start.There was a son who was married and living in western Pennsylvania.For hours we searched the forests on the western slopes - nothing.
Related topics: Film
westernwestern2 noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 AMFa film about life in the 19th century in the American West, especially the lives of cowboyssee thesaurus at movie
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westernBut it's still a western.Operation Condor contains shades of the Indiana Jones movies, westerns and B-grade adventures.Barry Tubb is looking for a few cold bodies to appear in his new western.It's a traditional western focused on the adventures of black cowboys.This is not your typical western.
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