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Anglo-French is a term used in contexts involving France and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK). Strictly the designation "Anglo-" refers specifically to England, not the UK as a whole, but it is understood to refer to the UK and not only England. The term "Franco-British" is sometimes used instead.
- France–United Kingdom relations - any joint activities between France and the UK
- Nationality - a person with one English parent and one French parent may be said to be Anglo-French
- Linguistic - may be used to refer to the dialect of French that developed in England following the decline of the Norman language there. It may also be used erroneously to describe the Anglo-Norman language, the dialect of Old Norman used in medieval England
- Anglo-Français and Français (hound)s are an ancient group of hunting dogs
- Anglo-French (automobile) - made in Birmingham 1896–7
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