[doo-zey; Italian doo-ze] /ˈdu zeɪ; Italian ˈdu zɛ/
[el-ee-uh-nawr-uh;; Italian e-le-aw-naw-rah] /ˌɛl i əˈnɔr ə;; Italian ˌɛ lɛ ɔˈnɔ rɑ/ (Show IPA), 1859–1924, Italian actress.
Eleonora (ˌɛlɪəˈnɔːrə). 1858–1924, Italian actress, noted as a tragedienne
[doo-shahn-buh, -shahm-, dyoo-; Russian doo-shuhn-bye] /duˈʃɑn bə, -ˈʃɑm-, dyu-; Russian du ʃʌnˈbyɛ/ noun 1. a city in and the capital of Tadzhikistan, in the SW Russian Federation in Asia, SW of Tashkent. [tuh-jik-uh-stan, -stahn, -jee-kuh-, tah-; Russian tuh-ji-kyi-stahn] /təˈdʒɪk əˌstæn, -ˌstɑn, -ˈdʒi kə-, tɑ-; Russian tə dʒɪ kyɪˈstɑn/ noun 1. a republic in central Asia, […]
[duhsk] /dʌsk/ noun 1. the state or period of partial darkness between day and night; the dark part of twilight. 2. partial darkness; shade; gloom: She was barely visible in the dusk of the room. [duhsk] /dʌsk/ adjective 1. tending to darkness; dark. verb (used with or without object) 2. to make or become dusk; […]
[duhsk] /dʌsk/ adjective 1. tending to darkness; dark. verb (used with or without object) 2. to make or become dusk; darken. /dʌsk/ noun 1. twilight or the darker part of twilight 2. (poetic) gloom; shade adjective 3. (poetic) shady; gloomy verb 4. (poetic) to make or become dark n. c.1200, dosk “obscure, to become dark,” […]
[duhs-kee] /ˈdʌs ki/ adjective, duskier, duskiest. 1. somewhat dark; having little light; dim; shadowy. 2. having dark skin. 3. of a dark color. 4. gloomy; sad. /ˈdʌskɪ/ adjective duskier, duskiest 1. dark in colour; swarthy or dark-skinned 2. dim adj. 1550s, “somewhat dark,” from dusk + -y (2). Related: Duskiness.