Malinovsky



[mal-uh-nawf-skee, -nof-, mah-luh-; Russian muh-lyi-nawf-skyee] /ˌmæl əˈnɔf ski, -ˈnɒf-, ˌmɑ lə-; Russian mə lyɪˈnɔf skyi/

noun
1.
Rodion Yakovlevich
[ruh-dyi-awn yah-kuh-vlyi-vyich] /rə dyɪˈɔn ˈyɑ kə vlyɪ vyɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), 1898–1967, Russian army officer: minister of defense of the U.S.S.R. 1957–67.

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