Togliatti

[ taw-lyaht-tee ]
/ tɔˈlyɑt ti /

noun

Pal·mi·ro [pahl-mee-raw], /pɑlˈmi rɔ/, 1893–1964, Italian Communist Party leader.

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British Dictionary definitions for Togliatti (1 of 2)

Togliatti1
/ (ˌtɒlɪˈætɪ) /

noun

a city in W central Russia, on the Volga River: automobile industry: renamed in honour of Palmiro Togliatti, an Italian communist. Pop: 718 000 (2005 est)Former name (until 1964): Stavropol Russian name: Tolyatti

British Dictionary definitions for Togliatti (2 of 2)

Togliatti2
/ (Italian toˈati) /

noun

Palmiro (palˈmiro). 1893–1964, Italian politician; leader of the Italian Communist Party (1926–64). After Mussolini's fall he became a minister (1944) and vice premier (1945)
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