Definition of Barrow, Clyde in English:

Barrow, Clyde

Syllabification: Bar·row, Clyde
Pronunciation: /ˈbarō
 
/
( 1909–34), US bank robber and murderer. He and his partner, Bonnie Parker, shot and killed at least thirteen people during a notorious two-year crime spree across the Southwest. They were finally stopped and shot to death at a Louisiana roadblock.

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