[ kley-ber ]
/ kleɪˈbɛr /
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Jean Bap·tiste [zhahnba-teest], /ʒɑ̃ baˈtist/, 1753–1800, French general.
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How to use Kléber in a sentence
Of his great career I could speak freely, for Kleber's name was, in soldier esteem, scarcely second to that of Bonaparte himself.
Kleber is my son; and so that he is alive and well, I care little if a general or simple soldier.
At Cairo, the Egyptians could not comprehend how it was that Kleber, with his majestic form, was not commander-in-chief.
She ordered the driver of the taxicab to take her to Mr. Stapleton's house in the Avenue Kleber.
The kidnapper strolled over to the window which overlooked the Avenue Kleber, drew aside the curtain, and looked out.
British Dictionary definitions for Kléber
/ (French klebɛr) /
Jean Baptiste (ʒɑ̃ batist). 1753–1800, French general, who succeeded Napoleon as commander in Egypt (1799); assassinated
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