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However, In India the term became synonymous with the British Raj and was used by the British in India when they missed their tea and scones back home.
Was also used by Indians as a prefix to anything that the British imported into India, anything "foreign." For example tomato would be called bilayati baingan, whose literal translation is "foreign aubergine" and soda water, was commonly called bilayati pani ("foreign water").
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