Makarova



[muh-kahr-uh-vuh; Russian muh-kah-ruh-vuh] /məˈkɑr ə və; Russian mʌˈkɑ rə və/

noun
1.
Natalia
[nuh-tal-yuh,, -tahl-;; Russian nuh-tah-lyuh] /nəˈtæl yə,, -ˈtɑl-;; Russian nʌˈtɑ lyə/ (Show IPA), born 1940, Soviet ballerina, in the U.S. and England since 1970.

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