[ gee-tree; French gee-tree ]
/ ˈgi tri; French giˈtri /
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Sa·cha [sah-shuh; French sa-sha], /ˈsɑ ʃə; French saˈʃa/, 1885–1957, French actor and dramatist, born in Russia.
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How to use Guitry in a sentence
And Mister Guitry is severe and menacing; he speaks at low voice, and at the fine he shouts.
M. Guitry is the French equivalent of Mr. Fred Kerr, with all the difference that that change of nationality means.Plays, Acting and Music|Arthur Symons
In Paris the title rôle, originally written for the great Coquelin, had been played by Guitry.Charles Frohman: Manager and Man|Isaac Frederick Marcosson and Daniel Frohman
After Coquelin's death Guitry, that sterling French player, created the character.Nat Goodwin's Book|Nat C. Goodwin
Even the superior acting of Guitry could not make of Crainquibille much more than a touching episode.Egoists|James Huneker
British Dictionary definitions for Guitry
/ (French ɡitri) /
Sacha (saʃa). 1885–1957, French actor, dramatist, and film director, born in Russia: plays include Nono (1905)
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