Noun(1) a landlocked republic in south-central Africa that became independent from British control in the 1960s
(1) It's not the language of Botswanans , Bosnians, or any other people - it's the language of a fast-spreading computer software known as digital ‘buddies.’(2) Featuring Mma Ramotswe, a Botswanan detective who relies on good humour and common sense to solve her cases, they provide a vivid, upbeat evocation of Africa.(3) This well-written and extremely readable novel combines an affectionate portrait of rural Botswanan life with a brave and necessary challenge to an arrogant patriarchal society.(4) the capital of Botswana(5) Though that terrible conflict persists, his work, continued by his Botswanan successor, has enabled the establishment of a broad-based government which may offer the best chance for peace in years.(6) ‘I am very disappointed by that statement,’ said Bhamjee, a Botswanan of Indian ancestry.
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