[duhl-bek-oh; Italian dool-bek-kaw] /dʌlˈbɛk oʊ; Italian dulˈbɛk kɔ/
[ruh-nah-toh;; Italian re-nah-taw] /rəˈnɑ toʊ;; Italian rɛˈnɑ tɔ/ (Show IPA), 1914–2012, U.S. biologist, born in Italy: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1975.
/dʌlˈbɛkəʊ; Italian dʌlˈbekko/
Renato. 1914–2012, US physician and molecular biologist, born in Italy: shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1975) for cancer research
Dulbecco Dul·bec·co (dŭl-běk’ō), Renato. Born 1914.
Italian-born American virologist. He shared a 1975 Nobel Prize for research on the interaction of tumor viruses and genetic material.
1. (in prescriptions) sweet.
[duhk] /dʌk/ noun 1. a type of amphibious military transport used during World War II. 2. a similar truck used in emergency evacuations.
[duhng-kuh n-vil] /ˈdʌŋ kənˌvɪl/ noun 1. a town in N Texas.
[duhns] /dʌns/ noun 1. a dull-witted, stupid, or ignorant person; dolt. /dʌns/ noun 1. a person who is stupid or slow to learn n. “dullard,” 1570s, from earlier Duns disciple “follower of John Duns Scotus” (c.1265-1308), Scottish scholar of philosophy and theology supposed to have been born at Duns in Berwickshire. By 16c., humanist reaction […]