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Laclos

[ la-kloh ]
/ laˈkloʊ /
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noun

Pierre Am·broise Fran·çois Cho·der·los de [pyer ahn-brwaz frahn-swa shaw der-loh duh], /pyɛr ɑ̃ˈbrwaz frɑ̃ˈswa ʃɔ dɛrˈloʊ də/, 1741–1803, French general and writer.

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Laclos
/ (French laklo) /

noun

Pierre Choderlos de (pjɛr ʃɔdɛrlo də). 1741–1803, French soldier and writer, noted for his novel in epistolary form Les Liaisons dangereuses (1782)
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