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carabao English

carabao English
 n.— «Whenever you hear a non-native English speaker, a Filipino specifically, uttering broken “carabao” English, or a version you are not used to hearing, please reserve your criticism.» —“World has more than one English” by Eric Ariel Salas in South Dakota State University Collegian (Brookings, South Dakota) Oct. 29, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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