Trinidad and Tobago[tə-bāˈgō]
Trinidad and Tobago definition by Webster's New World
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country in the West Indies, comprising the islands of Trinidad & Tobago: formerly a British colony, it became independent & a member of the Commonwealth (1962): 1,980 sq mi (5,128 sq km); pop. 1,260,000; cap. Port-of-Spain
Trinidad and Tobago definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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A country of the southeast West Indies in the Atlantic Ocean off northeast Venezuela. It comprises the islands of Trinidad and Tobago, which were formally united as a British colony in 1898 and became independent in 1962. Port of Spain, on Trinidad, is the capital. Population: 1,060,000.
Trinidad and Tobago
Trinidad and Tobago - Cultural Definition
Independent republic in the West Indies, comprising two islands off the northeast coast of Venezuela. Its capital and largest city is Port-of-Spain.
- A popular resort area, the country is appreciated particularly for its culture, which is composed of a mixture of black African, Indian, Chinese, European, and Middle Eastern settlers.