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Anglo-French is a term used in contexts involving France and the United Kingdom (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
- The variety of French used in medieval England; the name can refer to all such French, including the Anglo-Norman language, or only to later versions
- Anglo-Français and Français (hound) – an ancient type of hunting dog
- Anglo-French (automobile) – made in Birmingham, England 1896–7
- Franglais, a Macaronic mixture of French and English languages.
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