[French la me-zawn duh maw-lyer] /French la mɛˈzɔ̃ də mɔˈlyɛr/
[kaw-mey-dee frahn-sez] /kɔ meɪ di frɑ̃ˈsɛz/
the French national theater, founded in Paris in 1680, famous for its repertoire of classical French drama.
the French national theatre, founded in Paris in 1680
[French la me-zawn duh maw-lyer] /French la mɛˈzɔ̃ də mɔˈlyɛr/ noun 1. .
[mey-zuh-net] /ˌmeɪ zəˈnɛt/ noun 1. a small house, especially one connected to a large apartment building. 2. an apartment, usually of two floors connected by an internal staircase; duplex apartment. /ˌmeɪzəˈnɛt/ noun 1. self-contained living accommodation often occupying two floors of a larger house and having its own outside entrance n. 1818, “small house,” from […]
[meyst] /meɪst/ adjective, noun, adverb, Scot. and North England. 1. . /mest/ determiner 1. a Scot word for most
/French mɛstrə/ noun 1. Josephe de (ʒozɛf də). 1753–1821, French writer and diplomat, noted for his extreme reactionary views, expounded in such works as Les Soirées de St Petersbourg (1821)