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[troo-hee-oh; Spanish troo-hee-yaw] /truˈhi oʊ; Spanish truˈhi yɔ/
Rafael Leonidas
[raf-ey-el lee-on-i-duh s;; Spanish rah-fah-el le-aw-nee-th ahs] /ˈræf eɪˌɛl liˈɒn ɪ dəs;; Spanish ˌrɑ fɑˈɛl ˌlɛ ɔˈni ðɑs/ (Show IPA),
(Rafael Leonidas Trujillo Molina) 1891–1961, Dominican general and politician: president 1930–38, 1942–52.
a seaport in NW Peru. Unabridged
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  • I had tried once more for Trujillo, and been forced to put back for repairs.

    Northern Spain Edgar T. A. Wigram
  • “That is Trujillo,” said Antonio, who had not spoken for a long time.

    The Bible in Spain George Borrow
  • Our plans had been to go to Trujillo, the birthplace of Pizarro.

    Heroic Spain Elizabeth Boyle O'Reilly
  • He was later called to take charge of the See of Trujillo, Peru.

    The History of the Negro Church Carter Godwin Woodson
  • It was through Mr. Trujillo that these springs and several additional Topanga Culture sites were found.

  • Walker answered that he had made Trujillo a free port, and that Great Britain's claims no longer existed.

    Real Soldiers of Fortune Richard Harding Davis
  • Within a day after his landing at Ruatan, Walker had crossed to the mainland and captured the important seaport of Trujillo.

    Gentlemen Rovers E. Alexander Powell
  • Walker answered that as he had made Trujillo a free port, the British claims were no longer valid.

    Gentlemen Rovers E. Alexander Powell
  • Sergeant Trujillo, you and your fellow service men and women not only saved innocent lives; you set a nation free.

British Dictionary definitions for Trujillo


/Spanish truˈxijo/
a city in NW Peru: founded 1535; university (1824); centre of a district producing rice and sugar cane. Pop: 686 000 (2005 est)


/Spanish truˈxijo/
Rafael (Léonidas) (ˌrafaˈel), original name Rafael Léonidas Trujillo Molina. 1891–1961, Dominican dictator, who governed the Dominican Republic (1930–61) with the help of a powerful police force: assassinated
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