García Márquez

[ gahr-see-uh -mahr-kes; Spanish gahr-see-ah -mahr-kes ]
/ gɑrˈsi ə ˈmɑr kɛs; Spanish gɑrˈsi ɑ ˈmɑr kɛs /

noun

Ga·bri·el [gey-bree-uhl, gah-bree-el; Spanish gah-bree-el] /ˈgeɪ bri əl, ˌgɑ briˈɛl; Spanish ˌgɑ βriˈɛl/ 1927–2014, Colombian novelist and short-story writer: Nobel Prize 1982.

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British Dictionary definitions for García Márquez

García Márquez
/ (Spanish ɡarˈsia ˈmarkes) /

noun

Gabriel. born 1927, Colombian novelist and short-story writer. His novels include One Hundred Years of Solitude (1967), The Autumn of the Patriarch (1977), Love in the Time of Cholera (1984), and News of a Kidnapping (1996). Nobel prize for literature 1982
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