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Dubček

[ doob-chek; Czech doop-chek ]
/ ˈdub tʃɛk; Czech ˈdʊp tʃɛk /
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noun
Alexander, 1921–92, Czechoslovakian political leader: first secretary of the Communist Party 1968–69.
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How to use Dubček in a sentence

  • The Czechoslovakia treaty was concluded during the period of the government of Alexander Dubcek before the 1968 invasion.

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British Dictionary definitions for Dubček

Dubček
/ (Czech ˈduptʃɛk) /

noun
Alexander (ˈaleksandə). 1921–92, Czechoslovak statesman. His reforms as first secretary of the Czechoslovak Communist Party prompted the Russian invasion of 1968
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