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Kádár

[ kah-dahr ]
/ ˈkɑ dɑr /
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noun
Já·nos [yah-nawsh], /ˈyɑ nɔʃ/, 1912–89, Hungarian political leader: general secretary of the Communist Party 1956–88.
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How to use Kádár in a sentence

  • Now for the first time Lieutenant Kadar comprehended the young man's unbending resistance to him.

    Men in War|Andreas Latzko
  • And now Lieutenant Kadar saw it very distinctly: all the men had records on their necks like young Meltzar.

    Men in War|Andreas Latzko
  • Lieutenant Kadar wanted to run from one man to another, so as to help each individual to recover his head, whether friend or foe.

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  • Lieutenant Kadar grabbed his head with both hands and dug his nails deep into his temples.

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British Dictionary definitions for Kádár

Kádár
/ (ˈkaːdaːr) /

noun
János (ˈjaːnoʃ). 1912–89, Hungarian statesman; Communist prime minister of Hungary (1956–58; 1961–65) and first secretary of the Communist Party (1956–88)
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