[pree-maw th e ree-ve-rah] /ˈpri mɔ ðɛ riˈvɛ rɑ/
[mee-gel] /miˈgɛl/ (Show IPA), Marqués de Estella
[mahr-kes th e es-te-lyah] /mɑrˈkɛs ðɛ ɛsˈtɛ lyɑ/ (Show IPA), (Miguel Prima de Rivera y Orbaneja) 1870–1930, Spanish general and political leader: dictator of Spain 1923–29.
[ri-vair-uh; Spanish ree-ve-rah] /rɪˈvɛər ə; Spanish riˈvɛ rɑ/
[dye-gaw] /ˈdyɛ gɔ/ (Show IPA), 1886–1957, Mexican painter.
[haw-se e-oos-tah-syaw] /hɔˈsɛ ˌɛ usˈtɑ syɔ/ (Show IPA), 1889–1928, Colombian poet and novelist.
[haw-se frook-twaw-saw] /hɔˈsɛ frukˈtwɔ sɔ/ (Show IPA), 1790?–1854, Uruguayan revolutionary and political leader: president of Uruguay 1830–34, 1839–42.
Miguel Primo de
[mee-gel pree-maw th e] /miˈgɛl ˈpri mɔ ðɛ/ (Show IPA), .
a city in N Uruguay.
/Spanish ˈprimo de riˈβera/
José Antonio (xoˈse anˈtonjo). 1903–36, Spanish politician; founded Falangism
his father, Miguel (miˈɣɛl). 1870–1930, Spanish general; dictator of Spain (1923–30)
Diego (ˈdjeɣo). 1886–1957, Mexican painter, noted for his monumental murals in public buildings, which are influenced by Aztec art and depict revolutionary themes
melanotropin release-inhibiting hormone
- Mig welding
/mɪɡ/ noun 1. metal inert gas welding: a method of welding in which the filler metal wire supplies the electric current to maintain the arc, which is shielded from the access of air by an inert gas, usually argon Compare TIG welding
/ˈmiːhɑː/ noun (pl) miha 1. (NZ) a young fern frond which has not yet opened
[Serbo-Croatian. mi-hahy-law-vich] /Serbo-Croatian. mɪˈhaɪ lɔ vɪtʃ/ noun 1. Draža [Serbo-Croatian. drah-zhah] /Serbo-Croatian. ˈdrɑ ʒɑ/ (Show IPA), .