British vs Cmg - What's the difference?

british | cmg | initialism |

British is a initialism of cmg.


As an adjective british

is typically british.

As an initialism cmg is

companion of the , a british honour.

british

English

Alternative forms

* Brittish (archaic)

Proper noun

(en proper noun)
  • With the , the citizens or inhabitants of Britain collectively.
  • With the , the citizens or inhabitants of the United Kingdom collectively.
  • (history) The ancient inhabitants of the southern part of Britain before the Anglo-Saxon invasion, also called ancient Britons.
  • The Celtic language of the ancient Britons
  • The British English language.
  • Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Of Britain (meaning the British Isles)
  • Of the United Kingdom.
  • Of the Commonwealth of Nations, or the British Empire.
  • (historical) Of the ancient inhabitants of the southern part of Britain; Brythonic.
  • Of British English.
  • Statistics

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    cmg

    English

    Initialism

    (Initialism) (head)
  • Companion of the , a British honour.
  • See also

    * KCMG * GCMG

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