Neruda

[ ne-roo-thah; English nuh-roo-duh ]
/ nɛˈru ðɑ; English nəˈru də /

noun

Pa·blo [pah-vlaw; English pah-bloh], /ˈpɑ vlɔ; English ˈpɑ bloʊ/, Neftali Ricardo Reyes Basoalto, 1904–73, Chilean poet and diplomat: Nobel Prize in literature 1971.

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Neruda
/ (Spanish neˈruða) /

noun

Pablo (ˈpaβlo), real name Neftali Ricardo Reyes. 1904–73, Chilean poet. His works include Veinte poemas de amor y una canción desesperada (1924) and Canto general (1950), an epic history of the Americas: Nobel prize for literature 1971
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