du Pré

[ doo prey ]
/ du ˈpreɪ /

noun

Jacque·line [zhak-leen], /ʒækˈlin/, 1945–87, English cellist.

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Definition for du Pré (2 of 2)

Dupré
[ dy-prey ]
/ düˈpreɪ /

noun

Jules [zhyl], /ʒül/, 1812–89, French painter.
Mar·cel [mar-sel], /marˈsɛl/, 1886–1971, French organist and composer.
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British Dictionary definitions for du Pré (1 of 2)

Dupré
/ (French dypre) /

noun

Marcel (marsɛl). 1886–1971, French organist and composer, noted as an improviser

British Dictionary definitions for du Pré (2 of 2)

du Pré
/ (duː preɪ) /

noun

Jacqueline. 1945–87, English cellist. Multiple sclerosis ended her performing career (1973) after which she became a cello teacher
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