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Tsvetaeva

[ tsvi-tahy-uh-vuh; Russian tsvyi-tah-yuh-vuh ]
/ tsvɪˈtaɪ ə və; Russian tsvyɪˈtɑ yə və /
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noun
Ma·ri·na I·va·nov·na [mey-ree-nuhi-vah-nuh-vuh; Russian mer-yee-nuhee-vah-nuh-vuh], /meɪˈri nə ɪˈvɑ nə və; Russian mərˈyi nə iˈvɑ nə və/, 1892–1941, Russian poet.
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British Dictionary definitions for Tsvetaeva

Tsvetaeva
/ (tsfɛtəˈjeɪvə) /

noun
Marina (Ivanovna). 1892–1941, Russian poet. Opposed to the Revolution, she left Russia (1922) and lived in Paris: when she returned (1939) her husband was shot and she committed suicide
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