Definition of Marat, Jean Paul in English:

Marat, Jean Paul

Syllabification: Ma·rat, Jean Paul
Pronunciation: /mäˈrä
  • (1743–93), French revolutionary and journalist. A virulent critic of the moderate Girondists, he was instrumental (with Danton and Robespierre) in their fall from power in 1793. He was murdered in his bath by Girondin supporter Charlotte Corday.

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