[ ad-nouuh r, -nou-er, ad-n-ouuh r, -ou-er; German ahd-n-ou-uhr ]
/ ˈæd naʊər, -naʊ ər, ˈæd n aʊər, -ˌaʊ ər; German ˈɑd nˌaʊ ər /


Kon·rad [kon-rad; German kohn-raht] /ˈkɒn ræd; German ˈkoʊn rɑt/,1876–1967, chancellor of the West German Federal Republic 1949–63.


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/ (German ˈaːdənauər) /


Konrad (ˈkɔnraːt). 1876–1967, German statesman; chancellor of West Germany (l949–63)
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