[doo r-uh n-maht, dyoo r-; German dyr-uh n-maht] /ˈdʊər ənˌmɑt, ˈdyʊər-; German ˈdür ənˌmɑt/
[freed-rik;; German free-drikh] /ˈfrid rɪk;; German ˈfri drɪx/ (Show IPA), 1921–90, Swiss dramatist and novelist.
Friedrich (ˈfriːdrɪç). 1921–90, Swiss dramatist and writer of detective stories, noted for his grotesque and paradoxical treatment of the modern world: author of The Visit (1956) and The Physicists (1962)
[doo r-uh s; Albanian door-ruh s] /ˈdʊər əs; Albanian ˈdur rəs/ noun 1. a seaport in W Albania, on the Adriatic: important ancient city. /ˈdurrəs/ noun 1. a port in W Albania, on the Adriatic. Pop: 114 000 (2003 est) Italian name Duraz Ancient names Epidamnus (ˌɛpɪˈdæmnəs), Dyrrachium (dəˈreɪkɪəm)
[dur-ee] /ˈdɜr i/ noun 1. . [dur-ee] /ˈdɜr i/ noun 1. a thick, nonpile cotton rug of India. /ˈdʌrɪ/ noun 1. a cotton carpet made in India, often in rectangular pieces fringed at the ends: sometimes used as a sofa cover, wall hanging, etc
/ˈdʌrɪ/ noun (pl) -ries 1. (Austral, slang) a cigarette
[durst] /dɜrst/ verb 1. Archaic. simple past tense of . [dair] /dɛər/ verb (used without object), dared or (Archaic) durst; dared; daring; present singular 3rd person dares or dare. 1. to have the necessary courage or boldness for something; be bold enough: You wouldn’t dare! verb (used with object), dared or (Archaic) durst; dared; daring; […]