[chang kahy-shek, jyahng] /ˈtʃæŋ kaɪˈʃɛk, ˈdʒyɑŋ/
(Chiang Chung-cheng) 1886?–1975, Chinese army officer and political leader: president of the Republic of China 1950–75.
original name Chiang Chung-cheng, 1887–1975, Chinese general: president of China (1928–31; 1943–49) and of the Republic of China (Taiwan) (1950–75). As chairman of the Kuomintang, he allied with the Communists against the Japanese (1937–45), but in the Civil War that followed was forced to withdraw to Taiwan after his defeat by the Communists (1949)
Chiang Kai-shek [(chang, jyahng keye-shek)]
A Chinese general and political leader of the twentieth century. He was president of China until he was overthrown in 1949 by Chinese communist forces under Mao Zedong, who established the People’s Republic of China. Chiang fled to Taiwan, where he established the government of the Republic of China, or Nationalist China, recognized by the United States until 1979 as the only legitimate government of China.
[Chinese jyahng-ling] /Chinese ˈdʒyɑŋˈlɪŋ/ noun 1. Wade-Giles. . [jyahng-ling] /ˈdʒyɑŋˈlɪŋ/ noun, Pinyin. 1. a city in S Hubei province, in central China, on the Chang Jiang.
[chyahng mahy] /ˈtʃyɑŋ ˈmaɪ/ noun 1. a city in NW Thailand. city in northwest Thailand, founded in 1292; the name is Thai northern dialect chiang “town” + mai “new.”
[kee-uh-nee-nuh] /ˌki əˈni nə/ noun, plural Chianini. 1. one of a large breed of beef cattle, originally of Italy, used also as a draft animal.
[kee-ahn-tee, -an-; Italian kyahn-tee] /kiˈɑn ti, -ˈæn-; Italian ˈkyɑn ti/ noun 1. a dry, red, Italian table wine, originally put up in straw-covered bottles. /kɪˈæntɪ/ noun 1. (sometimes capital) a dry red wine produced in the Chianti region of Italy /Italian ˈkjanti/ plural noun 1. a mountain range in central Italy, in Tuscany, rising over […]