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ˈfræŋ kəˌfoʊnFran·co·phone

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  1. Francophonenoun

    A person who speaks French.

  2. Francophoneadjective


  3. Etymology: Altered and reinterpreted from Francophonie, with semantic influence from Franco- + φωνή,


  1. Francophone

    The adjective francophone means "French-speaking", typically as primary language, whether referring to individuals, groups, or places. The word is also often used as a noun to describe a natively French-speaking person.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Francophone in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Francophone in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of Francophone in a Sentence

  1. Herve Boyer:

    We have refocused the bank on Africa, and definitely one part of the puzzle was missing, which is francophone Africa, right now we think is a good time to transform the rep office into a full branch of the group.

  2. Deborah Zandstra:

    Clearly being an adviser who has a strong team in Paris means that they have been able to represent many sovereigns at the Paris Club, they (Lazard) have taken a lot of Francophone African nations through the Paris Club process and have very good experience of advising sovereigns on working within the framework of a financial assistance programme with the IMF.

  3. Ryan Cummings:

    They're almost ticking off major hotels within Francophone West Africa, specifically hotels that are quite popular with French citizens.

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    emerged from an egg
    • A. hatched
    • B. greedy
    • C. frantic
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