[ pom-pi-doo; French pawn-pee-doo ]
/ ˈpɒm pɪˌdu; French pɔ̃ piˈdu /
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Georges Jean Raymond [zhawrzh zhahnrey-mawn], /ʒɔrʒ ʒɑ̃ reɪˈmɔ̃/, 1911–74, French political leader: prime minister 1962–68; president 1969–74.
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Words nearby Pompidou
Pompeian red, Pompeii, Pompeiian, pompelmous, Pompey, Pompidou, pompilid, pompom, pompom girl, pompon, pomposity
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How to use Pompidou in a sentence
When Arora debuted his Paco Rabanne collection at the Pompidou Museum, things looked promising—if only for a moment.Paris’s Fashion Finale|Robin Givhan|October 6, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Georges Pompidou suffered from a "recurring flu"—until he died of bone marrow cancer in office.
President Georges Pompidou suffered from a "recurring flu"—until he died of bone marrow cancer in office in 1974.
British Dictionary definitions for Pompidou
/ (French pɔ̃pidu) /
Georges (ʒɔrʒ). 1911–74, French statesman; president of France (1969–74)
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