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Anglo-American is a term usually implying a relationship between the United States and the United Kingdom (specifically England), or the two countries' shared language (English) and/or cultural heritage. In this context the term may may refer to:
- English American, a person from the United States whose ancestry originates wholly or partly in England
- A person from the United States who speaks English as their first language (see American English)
- A collective term referring to those countries that have similar legal systems based on common law
- United Kingdom–United States relations, relations between the United Kingdom and United States
- Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, a national cataloging code
The term is also used, less frequently, to denote a connection between English people (or the English language) and the Western Hemisphere as a whole. In this context the term can mean:
- A person from the Americas whose ancestry originates wholly or partly in England (see British diaspora)
- A person from the Americas who speaks English as their first language (see English-speaking world and Languages of the Americas)
- A person from Anglo-America
- Anglo American plc, a British multinational mining company
- Anglo-American Publishing, a Canadian comic book publishing company active during the 1940s
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