[ ah-sah-nyah, ah-thah- ]
/ ɑˈsɑ nyɑ, ɑˈθɑ- /
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Ma·nuel [mah-nwel], /mɑˈnwɛl/, Manuel Azaña y Diez, 1880–1940, Spanish statesman: prime minister 1931–33, 1936; president 1936–39.
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British Dictionary definitions for Azaña
/ (Spanish aˈθaɲa) /
Manuel (maˈnwel). 1880–1940, Spanish statesman; president of the Spanish Republic (1936–39) until overthrown by Franco
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