[mes-er-shmit] /ˈmɛs ərˌʃmɪt/
any of several types of fighter aircraft extensively used by the German air force in World War II, especially the ME-109.
Willy (ˈvɪli). 1898–1978, German aeronautical engineer. His military planes figured prominently in World War II, including the Me-262, the first jet fighter
type of German warplane, 1940, from name of Willy Messerschmitt (1898-1978), German aircraft designer. The surname is literally “cutler, knife-maker.”
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noun 1. a place in which a group eats regularly, especially a dining hall in a military camp, post, etc. noun 1. a military dining room, usually large
[mes-yahn] /mɛsˈyɑ̃/ noun 1. Olivier Eugène Prosper Charles [aw-lee-vyey œ-zhen praw-sper sharl] /ɔ liˈvyeɪ œˈʒɛn prɔˈspɛr ʃarl/ (Show IPA), 1908–92, French composer and organist. /French mɛsjɑ̃/ noun 1. Olivier (ɔlivje). 1908–92, French composer and organist. His music is distinguished by its rhythmic intricacy; he was influenced by Hindu and Greek rhythms and bird song
[mi-sahy-uh] /mɪˈsaɪ ə/ noun 1. the promised and expected deliverer of the Jewish people. 2. Jesus Christ, regarded by Christians as fulfilling this promise and expectation. John 4:25, 26. 3. (usually lowercase) any expected deliverer. 4. (usually lowercase) a zealous leader of some cause or project. 5. (italics) an oratorio (1742) by George Frideric Handel. […]