Carteret

[ kahr-ter-it or, for 2, kahr-tuh-ret ]
/ ˈkɑr tər ɪt or, for 2, ˌkɑr təˈrɛt /

noun

John, Earl of Granville, 1690–1763, British statesman and orator.
a city in NE New Jersey.

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Carteret
/ (ˈkɑːtərɪt) /

noun

John, 1st Earl Granville. 1690–1763, British statesman, diplomat, and orator who led the opposition to Walpole (1730–42), after whose fall he became a leading minister as secretary of state (1742–44)
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