Definition of Carnegie, Andrew in English:

Carnegie, Andrew

Line breaks: An¦drew Car|negie
Pronunciation: /kɑːˈneɪgi
 
, ˈkɑːnəgi/
( 1835–1919), Scottish-born American industrialist and philanthropist. He built up a fortune in the steel industry in the US, then retired from business in 1901 and devoted his wealth to charitable purposes, in particular libraries, education, and the arts.

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