Definition of Menander in English:

Menander

Syllabification: Me·nan·der
Pronunciation: /məˈnandər
 
/
( Circa 342–292 bc), Greek playwright. His comic plays deal with domestic situations and capture colloquial speech patterns. The sole complete extant play is Dyskolos.

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