There are also some Portuguese.
“Historically the Angolans worked for the Portuguese, but now it's the Portuguese who are working for the Angolans,” says Paulo Pimenta, a Portuguese lawyer based in Mozambique.
Besides being the most ambitious, elegant Portuguese restaurant on the West Coast, Adega also boasts a wine cellar of Portuguese rarities that one almost never sees outside the Iberian Peninsula.
…the town was part of Portuguese India.
The Portuguese settled there in the 1550s.
The Portuguese royal family escaped to Brazil.
Much Portuguese architecture still exists in the city.
The people of the state are largely of Portuguese-Brazilian descent.
A large Portuguese force under Mem de Sá, the governor-general, blockaded the…
Television and radio stations offer programming in both Portuguese and Crioulo.
The Portuguese set up a government on Macau, but China did not recognize Portuguese sovereignty over the territory.
Portuguese held the highest offices, though local officials came from the Sinhalese nobility loyal to the Portuguese.
The first Portuguese ship anchored in the Pearl River estuary in 1513, and further Portuguese visits followed regularly.
Renowned for its docks and shipbuilding yards, Daman (known in Portuguese as Damão) was conquered by the Portuguese in 1559.
Portuguese attempts to maintain their position led to Ovimbundu resistance and drastic Portuguese intervention in the Benguela hinterland in an attempt to install compliant rulers in the 1770s.
Increasingly, as neighbours of the Gaza state were raided periodically for refusing to pay tribute, they began to ally themselves with the Portuguese, which the Portuguese both encouraged and exploited.
…relationship with the increasingly powerful Portuguese, whereby he retained access to trade goods, especially to horses from the Middle East, while the Portuguese were allowed to trade in his dominions.
…Afonso extended Kongo’s relations with Portugal, reaching an agreement (the Regimento, 1512) with Manuel I of Portugal by which the Kongo accepted Portuguese institutions, granted extraterritorial rights to Portuguese subjects, and supplied slaves to Portuguese traders.
Brazilian Portuguese varies from European Portuguese in several respects, including several sound changes and some differences in verb conjugation and syntax; for example, object pronouns occur before the verb in Brazilian Portuguese, as in Spanish, but after the verb in standard Portuguese.
Although attempts to drive the Portuguese from the Zambezi valley were unsuccessful until the late 17th century, when they were driven out by the armies of the Rozwi kingdom, this appearance of Portuguese power was deceptive: the Portuguese never had the resources to control the interior, and it was the Afro-Portuguese prazeros and the Rozwi Changamire dynasty who truly exploited the Mwene Mutapa’s weakness.
- a native or inhabitant of Portugal
- of or relating to or characteristic of Portugal or the people of Portugal or their language
Example: Portuguese wines
- the Romance language spoken in Portugal and Brazil
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Although attempts to drive the Portuguese from the Zambezi valley were unsuccessful until the late 17th century when they were driven out by the armies of the Rozwi kingdom this appearance of Portuguese power was deceptive the Portuguese never had the resources to control the interior and it was the Afro-Portuguese prazeros and the Rozwi Changamire dynasty who truly exploited the Mwene Mutapas weakness