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Diderot

[ dee-duh-roh; French deeduh-roh ]
/ ˈdi dəˌroʊ; French didəˈroʊ /
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noun

De·nis [duh-nee], /dəˈni/, 1713–84, French philosopher, critic, and encyclopedist.

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Diderot
/ (ˈdiːdərəʊ, French didro) /

noun

Denis (dəni). 1713–84, French philosopher, noted particularly for his direction (1745–72) of the great French Encyclopédie
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