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Pilsudski

[ pil-soot-skee ]
/ pɪlˈsut ski /
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noun
Jó·zef [yoo-zef], /ˈyu zɛf/, 1867–1935, Polish marshal and statesman: president 1918–22; premier 1926–28, 1930.
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How to use Pilsudski in a sentence

  • "I'm up to here with coffee," Pilsudski said, indicating a point just below his left ear.

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  • As Pilsudski walked away, Flanders put his hands behind his back, grasping the left in the right.

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  • A voice in his helmet phones said: "37 HQ, go ahead, Pilsudski."

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British Dictionary definitions for Pilsudski

Piłsudski
/ (Polish piwˈsutski) /

noun
Józef (ˈjuzɛf). 1867–1935, Polish nationalist leader and statesman; president (1918–21) and premier (1926–28; 1930)
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