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Waldheim

[wawld-hahym; German vahlt-hahym]
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noun
  1. Kurt [kurt; German koort] /kɜrt; German kʊərt/, 1918–2007, Austrian diplomat: secretary-general of the United Nations 1972–82; president of Austria 1986–92.
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Historical Examples

  • Waldheim attracted him, and he had a suit-case in the carriage with him and money in his pocket.

    The Red House Mystery

    A. A. Milne

  • He had come to Waldheim for a holiday, because he liked the look of the station.

  • Coming from Waldheim, Antony had approached the house that afternoon from the other side.

  • They would have noticed him at Waldheim, of course, but he might have managed it at Stanton.

  • They walked in silence for half a mile or so along the road to Waldheim.


British Dictionary definitions for waldheim

Waldheim

noun
  1. Kurt (kʊrt). 1918–2007, Austrian diplomat; secretary-general of the United Nations (1972–81); president of Austria (1986–92)
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