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Definition of "burmese" []

  • Of, relating to, or characteristic of Burma (Myanmar), its people, or their language (adjective)
  • A native or inhabitant of Burma (Myanmar) (noun)
  • The official language of Burma (Myanmar), belonging to the Sino-Tibetan family (noun)

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Use "burmese" in a sentence
  • "I kept a friend's burmese python for him while he was out of the country."
  • "I have an uncle who had a brother-in-law who owned a burmese (?) python (14.5 ft) (Now in the Little Rock Zoo), and I got to "help" feed it once."
  • "I had a friend make a fake press pass for me on a mac, and I borrowed a home video camera ... and I snuck into Burma and hooked up with some students fighting the burmese government ... then I moved onto Somalia in the early days of the famine and fighting there."
  • "I have an uncle who had a brother-in-law who owned a burmese (?) python (14.5 ft) (Now in the Little Rock Zoo), and I got to "help" feed it once."
  • "There were at least two boa constrictors shown in that video along with burmese pythons."
  • "Along with that, saying "python" when what you actually mean is a burmese python is like saying "dogs" are a problem when you mean "chihuahuas"."