[mah-ley-boh] /mɑˈleɪ boʊ/
a lakelike body of water on the boundary between the W Democratic Republic of the Congo and the SE People’s Republic of the Congo, formed by the widening of the Congo (Zaire) River about 330 miles (530 km) from its mouth. About 20 miles (32 km) long; about 15 miles (24 km) wide.
[mal-brahnsh] /malˈbrɑ̃ʃ/ noun 1. Nicolas de [nee-kaw-lah duh] /ni kɔˈlɑ də/ (Show IPA), 1638–1715, French philosopher. /French malbrɑ̃ʃ/ noun 1. Nicolas (nikɔlɑ). 1638–1715, French philosopher. Originally a follower of Descartes, he developed the philosophy of occasionalism, esp in De la recherche de la vérité (1674)
noun 1. the beliefs, attitudes, or behavior of male chauvinists (men who patronize, disparage, or otherwise denigrate females in the belief that they are inferior to males and thus deserving of less than equal treatment or benefit). noun 1. the belief, held or alleged to be held by certain men, that men are inherently superior […]
noun, Slang. 1. . noun 1. (informal, derogatory) a man who exhibits male chauvinism MCP modifier : malechauvinist-pig-type man to the contrary notwithstanding/ the arrogant male chauve resident noun phrase A man who believes in and proclaims the superiority of men over women; mcp: Is it all right to call a priest a male chauvinist […]
[mal-uh-sahyt] /ˈmæl əˌsaɪt/ noun, plural Malecites (especially collectively) Malecite for 1. 1. a member of a North American Indian people of southern and western New Brunswick and northern Maine. 2. the Eastern Algonquian language of the Malecite, mutually intelligible with Passamaquoddy.