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Karel
[kair-uh l,, kar-,, kahr-;; Czech kah-rel] /ˈkɛər əl,, ˈkær-,, ˈkɑr-;; Czech ˈkɑ rɛl/ (Show IPA), 1890–1938, Czech playwright, novelist, and producer.
noun
Karel (ˈkarɛl). 1890–1938, Czech dramatist and novelist; author of R.U.R. (1921), which introduced the word “robot”, and (with his brother Josef) The Insect Play (1921).

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