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Milosz

[ mee-losh; Polish mee-wawsh ]
/ ˈmi lɒʃ; Polish ˈmi wɔʃ /
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noun

Czes·law [ches-law; Polish ches-wahf], /ˈtʃɛs lɔ; Polish ˈtʃɛs wɑf/, 1911–2004, U.S. poet and novelist, born in Poland: Nobel prize 1980.

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British Dictionary definitions for Milosz

Miłosz
/ (ˈmiːlɒʃ, Polish ˈmiwoʃ) /

noun

Czeslaw (ˈtʃɛslɔː; ˈtʃɛswaf). 1911–2004, US poet and writer, born in Lithuania, writing in Polish; author of The Captive Mind (1953). Nobel prize for literature 1980
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