[guh-vahr-uh; Spanish ge-vah-rah]
- Er·nes·to [er-nes-taw] /ɛrˈnɛs tɔ/, Che, 1928–67, Cuban revolutionist and political leader, born in Argentina.
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His translation from Guevara, however, marked the beginning of a new fashion.Early Theories of Translation
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Might not Berners therefore have come under Guevara's influence as early as 1524?
We have noticed with suspicion that our two translators took their Guevara from the French.
"With Guevara's own men to do the dirty work," Scotty added.
"Guevara wouldn't dare to let them in on it," was Scotty's opinion.
- Ernesto (ɛrˈnesto), known as Che Guevara. 1928–67, Latin American politician and soldier, born in Argentina. He developed guerrilla warfare as a tool for revolution and was instrumental in Castro's victory in Cuba (1959), where he held government posts until 1965. He was killed while training guerrillas in Bolivia
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