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Wajda

[ vahy-duh ]
/ ˈvaɪ də /
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noun

An·drzej [ahn-jey] /ˈɑn dʒeɪ/, born 1926, Polish film director.
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British Dictionary definitions for wajda

Wajda

/ (Polish ˈvajda) /

noun

Andrei or Andrzej (ˈandʒɛj). born 1926, Polish film director. His films include Ashes and Diamonds (1958), The Wedding (1972), Man of Iron (1980), Danton (1982), Miss Nobody (1997), and Katyn (2007)
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