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Cousteau, Jacques Syllabification: Cous·teau, Jacques
Pronunciation: /ko͞oˈstō/

Definition of Cousteau, Jacques in English:

( 1910–97), French oceanographer and documentary movie director; full name Jacques-Yves Cousteau. He devised the scuba apparatus, but is known primarily for several documentaries and television series on marine life.

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