[mar-tan dy gar] /mar tɛ̃ dü ˈgar/
[raw-zhey] /rɔˈʒeɪ/ (Show IPA), 1881–1958, French novelist: Nobel prize 1937.
/French martɛ̃ dy ɡar/
Roger (rɔʒe). 1881–1958, French novelist, noted for his series of novels, Les Thibault (1922–40): Nobel prize for literature 1937
[mahr-tn-oh] /ˈmɑr tnˌoʊ/ noun 1. Harriet, 1802–76, English novelist and economist. 2. her brother, James, 1805–1900, English theologian and philosopher. /ˈmɑːtɪˌnəʊ/ noun 1. Harriet. 1802–76, English author of books on political economy and of novels and children’s stories 2. her brother, James. 1805–1900, English Unitarian theologian and minister
[mahr-tn-el-ee; Italian mahr-tee-nel-lee] /ˌmɑr tnˈɛl i; Italian ˌmɑr tiˈnɛl li/ noun 1. Giovanni [jee-uh-vah-nee;; Italian jaw-vahn-nee] /ˌdʒi əˈvɑ ni;; Italian dʒɔˈvɑn ni/ (Show IPA), 1885–1969, U.S. operatic tenor, born in Italy.
[mahr-tn-et, mahr-tn-et] /ˌmɑr tnˈɛt, ˈmɑr tnˌɛt/ noun 1. a strict disciplinarian, especially a military one. 2. someone who stubbornly adheres to methods or rules. /ˌmɑːtɪˈnɛt/ noun 1. a person who maintains strict discipline, esp in a military force n. 1670s, “system of strict discipline,” from the name of Jean Martinet (killed at siege of Duisburg, […]
[mahr-tee-nis] /mɑrˈti nɪs/ noun 1. a town in W California.