[ groh-mee-koh, gruh-; Russian gruh-mi-kuh ]
/ groʊˈmi koʊ, grə-; Russian grʌˈmɪ kə /
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An·drei An·dre·e·vich [uhn-dryeyuhn-drye-yi-vyich], /ʌnˈdryeɪ ʌnˈdryɛ yɪ vyɪtʃ/, 1909–89, Soviet diplomat: foreign minister 1957–85, president 1985–88.
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How to use Gromyko in a sentence
Kennedy introduces Gromyko by telling John and Caroline that his boss, Nikita Khrushchev, gave them their dog.
“You can just open the door there—just have you say hello to my daughter and son,” he tells Gromyko.
British Dictionary definitions for Gromyko
/ (Russian ɡraˈmikə) /
Andrei Andreyevich (anˈdrjej anˈdrjejɪvitʃ). 1909–89, Soviet statesman and diplomat; foreign minister (1957–85); president (1985–88)
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