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Monnet

[ moh-ney; French maw-ne ]
/ moʊˈneɪ; French mɔˈnɛ /
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noun
Jean [zhahn], /ʒɑ̃/, 1888–1979, French economist: originator of the European Common Market.
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How to use Monnet in a sentence

  • What had at first led us into an error is that we made the inquiries under the name of Lamarck instead of that of de Monnet.

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British Dictionary definitions for Monnet

Monnet
/ (French mɔnɛ) /

noun
Jean (ʒɑ̃). 1888–1979, French economist and public servant, regarded as founding father of the European Economic Community. He was first president (1952–55) of the European Coal and Steel Community
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