Primo de Rivera
[ pree-maw th e ree-ve-rah ]
/ ˈpri mɔ ðɛ riˈvɛ rɑ /
Mi·guel [mee-gel] /miˈgɛl/, Mar·qués de Es·te·lla [mahr-kes th e es-te-lyah] /mɑrˈkɛs ðɛ ɛsˈtɛ lyɑ/, Miguel Prima de Rivera y Orbaneja, 1870–1930, Spanish general and political leader: dictator of Spain 1923–29.
Definition for miguel primo de rivera (2 of 2)
[ ri-vair-uh; Spanish ree-ve-rah ]
/ rɪˈvɛər ə; Spanish riˈvɛ rɑ /
Die·go [dye-gaw] /ˈdyɛ gɔ/, 1886–1957, Mexican painter.
Jo·sé E·us·ta·sio [haw-se e-oos-tah-syaw] /hɔˈsɛ ˌɛ usˈtɑ syɔ/, 1889–1928, Colombian poet and novelist.
(Jo·sé) Fruc·tuo·so [haw-se frook-twaw-saw] /hɔˈsɛ frukˈtwɔ sɔ/, 1790?–1854, Uruguayan revolutionary and political leader: president of Uruguay 1830–34, 1839–42.
Mi·guel Pri·mo de [mee-gel pree-maw th e] /miˈgɛl ˈpri mɔ ðɛ/. Primo de Rivera, Miguel.
a city in N Uruguay.
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British Dictionary definitions for miguel primo de rivera (1 of 2)
Primo de Rivera
/ (Spanish ˈprimo de riˈβera) /
José Antonio (xoˈse anˈtonjo). 1903–36, Spanish politician; founded Falangism
his father, Miguel (miˈɣɛl). 1870–1930, Spanish general; dictator of Spain (1923–30)
British Dictionary definitions for miguel primo de rivera (2 of 2)
/ (Spanish riˈβera) /
Diego (ˈdjeɣo). 1886–1957, Mexican painter, noted for his monumental murals in public buildings, which are influenced by Aztec art and depict revolutionary themes
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