[koo-too-zawf, -zof; Russian koo-too-zuh f] /kʊˈtu zɔf, -zɒf; Russian kuˈtu zəf/
[myi-khuh-yeel ee-luh-ryi-aw-nuh-vyich] /myɪ xʌˈyil i lə ryɪˈɔ nə vyɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), Prince of Smolensk, 1745–1813, Russian field marshal and diplomat.
Prince Mikhail Ilarionovich (mixaˈil iləriˈɔnəvitʃ). 1745–1813, Russian field marshal, who harried the French army under Napoleon throughout their retreat from Moscow (1812–13)
[koo v-ahs, koo-vahs] /ˈkʊv ɑs, ˈku vɑs/ noun, plural kuvaszok [koo v-ah-sawk, koo-vah-] /ˈkʊv ɑˌsɔk, ˈku vɑ-/ (Show IPA) 1. one of a Hungarian breed of large dogs having a short, slightly wavy, white coat, used for herding sheep and as watchdogs.
[koo-weyt] /kʊˈweɪt/ noun 1. a sovereign monarchy in NE Arabia, on the NW coast of the Persian Gulf: formerly a British protectorate. About 8000 sq. mi. (20,720 sq. km). 2. a seaport in and the capital of this monarchy. /kʊˈweɪt/ noun 1. a state on the NW coast of the Persian Gulf: came under British […]
[koo-wey-tee] /kʊˈweɪ ti/ noun 1. a native or inhabitant of Kuwait. adjective 2. of, relating to, or characteristic of Kuwait or its inhabitants. /kʊˈweɪtɪ/ adjective 1. of or relating to Kuwait or its inhabitants noun 2. a native or inhabitant of Kuwait
[koo z-nits, kooz-] /ˈkʊz nɪts, ˈkuz-/ noun 1. Simon (Smith) 1901–85, U.S. economist, born in Russia: Nobel Prize 1971. /ˈkʊznɪtz/ noun 1. Simon. 1901–85, US economist born in Russia. His books include National Income and its Composition (1919–1938) (1941) and Economic Growth of Nations (1971). He was awarded the Nobel Prize for economics in 1971