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Dada US English

An early-20th-century international movement in art, literature, music, and film, repudiating and mocking artistic and social conventions and emphasizing the illogical and absurd

dada1 US English

One’s father

dada2 US English

An older brother or male cousin

Amin, Idi US English

(1925–2003), Ugandan soldier and head of state 1971–79; full name Idi Amin Dada. He was deposed after a rule that was characterized by the murder of political opponents

Idi Amin Dada in Amin, Idi US English

(1925–2003), Ugandan soldier and head of state 1971–79; full name Idi Amin Dada. He was deposed after a rule that was characterized by the murder of political opponents

Dada English-Spanish

dadá, dadaísmo m

dada la precariedad de su estado in precariedad Spanish-English

in view of the precariousness of his condition, in view of his precarious condition

en este país la gente es muy dada a criticar in dado Spanish-English

in this country people are inclined to be

no es extraño que no haya podido resolverlo, dada la complejidad del caso in dado Spanish-English

it's not surprising he hasn't been able to resolve it, given