[kroo sh-chef, -chawf, kroosh-; Russian khroo-shchyawf] /ˈkrʊʃ tʃɛf, -tʃɔf, ˈkruʃ-; Russian xruˈʃtʃyɔf/
[ni-kee-tuh sur-gey-uh-vich;; Russian nyi-kyee-tuh syir-gye-yuh-vyich] /nɪˈki tə sɜrˈgeɪ ə vɪtʃ;; Russian nyɪˈkyi tə syɪrˈgyɛ yə vyɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), 1894–1971, Russian political leader: premier of the U.S.S.R. 1958–64.
/kruːsˈtʃɒf; ˈkrʊstʃɒf; Russian xruˈʃtʃɔf/
Nikita Sergeyevich (niˈkitə sɪrˈɡjejɪvitʃ). 1894–1971, Soviet statesman; premier of the Soviet Union (1958–64). After Stalin’s death he became first secretary of the Soviet Communist Party (1953–64) and initiated a policy to remove the influence of Stalin (1956). As premier, he pursued a policy of peaceful coexistence with the West, but alienated Communist China
- Nikkei stock average
/ˈnɪkeɪ/ noun 1. an index of prices on the Tokyo Stock Exchange
[neek-kaw; English nik-oh, nee-koh] /ˈnik kɔ; English ˈnɪk oʊ, ˈni koʊ/ noun 1. a city on central Honshu, in central Japan: famous for shrines and temples. /ˈniːkəʊ/ noun 1. a town in central Japan, on NE Honshu: a major pilgrimage centre, with a 4th-century Shinto shrine, a Buddhist temple (767), and the shrines and mausoleums […]
noun 1. a tall evergreen tree, Abies homolepis, native to mountainous areas of Japan, having dark-green needles and purple cones, cultivated as an ornamental.
[nee-kood] /niˈkud/ noun, plural nikkudim [nee-koo-deem] /ˌni kuˈdim/ (Show IPA) 1. any of the combinations of dots and lines sometimes placed above or below Hebrew consonant symbols to indicate the pronunciation of vowels accompanying and usually following the consonants; vowel point.