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Santos-Dumont

[ san-tuhs-doo-mont, -dyoo-; Portuguese sahn-tooz-doo-mawnt ]
/ ˈsæn təs duˈmɒnt, -dyu-; Portuguese ˈsɑ̃ tʊz dʊˈmɔ̃t /
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noun
Al·ber·to [ahl-ber-too], /ɑlˈbɛr tʊ/, 1873–1932, Brazilian aeronaut in France: designer and builder of dirigibles and airships.
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Santos-Dumont
/ (French sɑ̃todymɔ̃) /

noun
Alberto (albɛrto). 1873–1932, Brazilian aeronaut, living in France. He constructed dirigibles and aircraft, including a monoplane (1909)
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