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Caballé

[ kah-bah-yey, -bahl-yey; Spanish kah-bah-lye, -ye ]
/ ˌkɑ bɑˈyeɪ, -bɑlˈyeɪ; Spanish ˌkɑ βɑˈlyɛ, -ˈyɛ /
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noun

Mont·ser·rat [mohnt-suh-raht; Spanish mawn-ser-raht], /ˌmoʊnt səˈrɑt; Spanish ˌmɔn sɛrˈrɑt/, 1933–2018, Spanish soprano.

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British Dictionary definitions for Caballé

Caballé
/ (Spanish kaβaˈʎe) /

noun

Montserrat (monserˈrat). born 1933, Spanish operatic soprano
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