- Chemical Engineer.
- Er·nes·to [er-nes-taw] /ɛrˈnɛs tɔ/, Che, 1928–67, Cuban revolutionist and political leader, born in Argentina.
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Contemporary Examples of che
Was Che anything more than a cheap karaoke of what he stood for?
The last of the cigars was handed out and the Che lookalike was paid and went back in search of other tourists.
There was a handy distraction in the Che t-shirt the tourist was wearing while celebrating the death.
This penchant for medical internationalism goes back to the greatest icon of the revolution, Ernesto “Che” Guevara.The Dark Side of Cuba’s Ebola Economy
December 9, 2014
Bolivia: Although he wasn't born there, Bolivia's most famous temporary resident was Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara.Which Country Should Snowden Live In?
July 7, 2013
Historical Examples of che
Just as we got out at che edge of town he did make one raw break.How Private George W. Peck Put Down The Rebellion
George W. Peck
It made a che che che sound, also; but its colour was brown.The Kentucky Warbler
James Lane Allen
Approach stealthily (v), cherúhradéhusch (che guttural; r with the point of the tongue).
He touch me on shoulder, say very kind in Italian, Che c mai?Marjorie Dean College Junior
Your observation about the "che, che" is just the aid I besought from you.The Life, Letters and Work of Frederic Leighton
Mrs. Russell Barrington
- Chemical Engineer
- Crown Health Enterprise: an agency supervising health expenditure in a district
- Ernesto (ɛrˈnesto), known as Che Guevara. 1928–67, Latin American politician and soldier, born in Argentina. He developed guerrilla warfare as a tool for revolution and was instrumental in Castro's victory in Cuba (1959), where he held government posts until 1965. He was killed while training guerrillas in Bolivia
Word Origin and History for che
nickname of Argentine Marxist revolutionary Ernesto Guevara (1928-1967), acquired when he was working with Cuban exiles in Guatemala in mid-1950s, from his dialectal use of Argentine che, a slang filler word in speech.