- GretaGreta Lovisa Gustaffson, 1905–90, U.S. film actress, born in Sweden.
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Contemporary Examples of garbo
Garbo emerged from D-Day as the greatest double-agent of the war, perhaps of all time.
Stephan Talty tells his remarkable story in his new book, Agent Garbo.
The Germans rated Garbo their best spy in England; he was even awarded the Iron Cross, something that amused Pujol to no end.
No one since Garbo has been so deft at ducking fans, especially most of the writers and critics prophesizing with their pens.Dylan's 70 Years of Trouble
May 23, 2011
Lypsinka—like those gals Garbo and Swanson—would love to have her first name-over-the-title talkie.My Black Swan Star Turn
February 19, 2011
Historical Examples of garbo
The Cerchi del Garbo began to scuffle day and night with the Giugni.The Two First Centuries of Florentine History
People applaud the garbo or donayre of a duchess, the salero of an actress, the zandunga of a gipsy of Jerez.
- Australian informal a dustman
Word Origin for garbo
- Greta (ˈɡrɛtə), real name Greta Lovisa Gustafson. 1905–90, US film actress, born in Sweden. Her films include Grand Hotel (1932), Queen Christina (1933), Anna Karenina (1935), Camille (1936), and Ninotchka (1939)