[met-uh r-nikh; English met-er-nik] /ˈmɛt ər nɪx; English ˈmɛt ər nɪk/
Prince Klemens Wenzel Nepomuk Lothar von
[kley-mens ven-tsuh l ney-paw-moo k loh-tahr fuh n,, loh-tahr] /ˈkleɪ mɛns ˈvɛn tsəl ˈneɪ pɔ mʊk ˈloʊ tɑr fən,, loʊˈtɑr/ (Show IPA), 1773–1859, Austrian statesman and diplomat.
Klemens (ˈkleːməns). 1773–1859, Austrian statesman. He became foreign minister (1809) and made a significant contribution to the Congress of Vienna (1815). From 1821 to 1848 he was both foreign minister and chancellor of Austria and is noted for his defence of autocracy in Europe
[me-tœr ahn sen] /mɛ tœr ɑ̃ ˈsɛn/ noun, plural metteurs en scène [me-tœr ahn sen] /mɛ tœr ɑ̃ ˈsɛn/ (Show IPA). French. 1. a director of a theatrical or cinematic production.
[met-ee] /ˈmɛt i/ noun 1. a female given name, form of or .
[met-l] /ˈmɛt l/ noun 1. courage and fortitude: a man of mettle. 2. disposition or temperament: a man of fine mettle. Idioms 3. on one’s mettle, in the position of being incited to do one’s best: The loss of the first round put him on his mettle to win the match. /ˈmɛtəl/ noun 1. courage; […]
/ˈmɛtəld/ adjective 1. spirited, courageous, or valiant