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Charlton

[ chahrl-tn ]
/ ˈtʃɑrl tn /
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noun

a male given name.

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British Dictionary definitions for Charlton

Charlton
/ (ˈtʃɑːltən) /

noun

Bobby, full name Sir Robert Charlton . born 1937, English footballer; played for Manchester United (1956–73) and England (1958–70) for whom he played 106 times, scoring 49 goals (an England record)
his brother, Jack, full name John Charlton. born 1935, English footballer: played for Leeds United (1952–73) and England for whom he won 35 caps; manager of the Republic of Ireland (1986–95)
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