[muh-guhv-ern] /məˈgʌv ərn/
George (Stanley) 1922–2012, U.S. politician: Democratic presidential candidate 1972, senator 1963–81.
/məˈɡræθ/ noun 1. Glenn (Donald). born 1970, Australian cricketer: played 124 test matches (1993–2007) and took 563 wickets, a record for a fast bowler
[muh-graw] /məˈgrɔ/ noun 1. John Joseph, 1873–1934, U.S. baseball player and manager.
/məkˈɡrɛɡər/ noun 1. Ewan. born 1971, Scottish actor; his films include Shallow Grave (1994), Trainspotting (1996), Moulin Rouge (2001), Big Fish (2004), and Salmon Fishing in the Yemen (2011)
/məˈɡʌfɪn/ noun 1. an object or event in a book or a film that serves as the impetus for the plot noun in film, a plot device that has no specific meaning or purpose other than to advance the story; any situation that motivates the action of a film either artificially or substantively; also written […]