Turgot [ t y r- goh ] SHOW IPA / türˈgoʊ / PHONETIC RESPELLING noun Anne Ro·bert Jacques 1727–81, [ an raw- be- r zhahk], /ˈan rɔˈbɛr ˈʒɑk/, French statesman, financier, and economist.
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How to use Turgot in a sentence British Dictionary definitions for Turgot noun Anne Robert Jacques (ɑn rɔbɛr ʒak). 1727–81, French economist and statesman. As controller general of finances (1774–76), he attempted to abolish feudal privileges, incurring the hostility of the aristocracy and his final dismissal
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