/Spanish etʃeɣaˈrai i ɛiθaˈɣirrɛ/
José (xoˈse). 1832–1916, Spanish dramatist, statesman, and mathematician. His plays include Madman or Saint (1877); Nobel prize for literature 1904
[esh-uh-let, ey-shuh-] /ˌɛʃ əˈlɛt, ˌeɪ ʃə-/ noun, Spectography. 1. a diffraction grating designed to reflect infrared radiation.
[esh-uh-lon] /ˈɛʃ əˌlɒn/ noun 1. a level of command, authority, or rank: After years of service, she is now in the upper echelon of city officials. Synonyms: place, rank, hierarchy, authority, grade, office; row, tier, rung; social standing, position, class, standing. 2. a level of worthiness, achievement, or reputation: studying hard to get into one […]
[ech-uh-vuh-ree-uh] /ˌɛtʃ ə vəˈri ə/ noun 1. any of numerous succulent plants of the genus Echeveria, native to tropical America and having thick leaves characteristically forming rosettes. /ˌɛtʃɪˈvɪərɪə/ noun 1. any of various tropical American crassulaceous plants of the genus Echeveria, cultivated for their colourful foliage
[e-che-ver-ree-ah] /ˌɛ tʃɛ vɛrˈri ɑ/ noun 1. Esteban [es-te-vahn] /ɛsˈtɛ vɑn/ (Show IPA), 1805–51, Argentine poet.