[maz-uh-rin, maz-uh-reen; French ma-za-ran] /ˈmæz ə rɪn, ˌmæz əˈrin; French ma zaˈrɛ̃/
[joolz;; French zhyl] /dʒulz;; French ʒül/ (Show IPA), (Giulio Mazarini) 1602–61, French cardinal and statesman, born in Italy: chief minister of Louis XIV 1642–61.
/ˈmæzərɪn; French mazarɛ̃/
Jules (ʒyl), original name Giulio Mazarini. 1602–61, French cardinal and statesman, born in Italy. He succeeded Richelieu (1642) as chief minister to Louis XIII and under the regency of Anne of Austria (1643–61). Despite the disturbances of the Fronde (1648–53), he strengthened the power of France in Europe
[maz-uh-reen, maz-uh-reen, -rin] /ˌmæz əˈrin, ˈmæz əˌrin, -rɪn/ noun 1. a deep, rich blue. 2. a silver strainer fitting over a meat dish and used for draining the water from boiled fish.
[mah-zahr-ee-shah-reef] /mɑˈzɑr i ʃɑˈrif/ noun 1. a city in N Afghanistan.
[maz-uh-tek] /ˈmæz əˌtɛk/ noun, plural Mazatecs (especially collectively) Mazatec for 1. 1. a member of an American Indian people of northern Oaxaca, in Mexico. 2. the Oto-Manguean language of the Mazatec.
[mah-sah-tlahn] /ˌmɑ sɑˈtlɑn/ noun 1. a seaport in S Sinaloa, in W Mexico. /Spanish maθaˈtlan/ noun 1. a port in W Mexico, in S Sinaloa on the Pacific: situated opposite the tip of the peninsula of Lower California, for which it is the chief link with the mainland. Pop: 406 000 (2005 est)