[ bee-doh ]
/ biˈdoʊ /
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Georges [zhawrzh], /ʒɔrʒ/, 1899–1983, French statesman.
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How to use Bidault in a sentence
Bidault was one of the syndicate that engineered the bankruptcy of Birotteau in 1819.
The nick-name of Gigonnet was applied to Bidault on account of a feverish, involuntary contraction of a leg muscle.
He was patronized by Bidault, alias Gigonnet, who advanced him capital though at heavy interest.
Out of this capital about fifty thousand came to them by the will of the widow Bidault, Madame Saillard's mother.
Elisabeth had long felt sure that her uncle Bidault, otherwise called Gigonnet, was rich and handled vast sums of money.
British Dictionary definitions for Bidault
/ (French bido) /
Georges (ʒɔːrʒ). 1899–1983, French statesman; prime minister (1946, 1949–50). His opposition to Algerian independence led him to support the OAS: he was charged with treason (1963) and fled abroad
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