Segrè [ s uh- grey; Italian se- g ] re SHOW IPA / səˈgreɪ; Italian sɛˈgrɛ / PHONETIC RESPELLING noun E·mi·li·o 1905–1989, [ uh- mee-lee-oh, uh- meel-yoh; Italian e- mee-lyaw], /əˈmi liˌoʊ, əˈmil yoʊ; Italian ɛˈmi lyɔ/, U.S. physicist, born in Italy: Nobel Prize 1959.
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How to use Segrè in a sentence
It is watered by many rivers, the largest of which is the Segre, a left-hand tributary of the Ebro.
The scene of these marvels is the town of Bellver, on the river Segre, close under the southern slope of the Pyrenees.
He crossed the Segre on the 14th of May, and advanced towards Balaguier; designing to lay siege to it.
British Dictionary definitions for Segrè noun Emilio (ɛmˈiːlɪəʊ). 1905–89, US physicist, born in Italy, who was the first to produce an artificial element. He shared the Nobel prize for physics (1959) with Owen Chamberlain for their discovery (1955) of the antiproton
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