[pye-traw] /ˈpyɛ trɔ/ (Show IPA), 1871–1956, Italian general.
Pietro (ˈpjetro). 1871–1956, Italian marshal; premier (1943–44) following Mussolini’s downfall: arranged an armistice with the Allies (1943)
Battle of, Islam. a decisive battle in the early days of Islam (a.d. 624), in which Muhammad with about 300 men overcame a force of about 1000 Meccans. Contemporary Examples “My point of view was that we would not succeed unless we met the people face-to-face,” Badr said. Mahmoud Badr Is the Young Face of […]
badt best available demonstrated technology Historical Examples After de boat hadt left, pecause of der rising sea, der oldt man toldt me dot ve vos in for a badt storm. The Ocean Wireless Boys and the Lost Liner Wilbur Lawton He stoled the letters I wrote you und made you badt frednts mit me. Watch […]
Slang. an affectionate term used to address or refer to one’s girlfriend, boyfriend, etc.: I love you, bae. Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Bureau of American Ethnology. Bachelor of Aeronautical Engineering. Bachelor of Agricultural Engineering. Bachelor of Architectural Engineering. Bachelor of Art Education. Bachelor of Arts in Education. Contemporary Examples bae, a tour operator, had spend […]
noun Leo. 1873–1956, German Jewish theologian: a leader of the German Jews during the Nazi period. His major work is The Essence of Judaism (1905)