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Dada British & World English

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

dada1 British & World English

One’s father

dada2 British & World English

An older brother or male cousin

Amin, Idi British & World English

(1925–2003), Ugandan soldier and head of state 1971-9; full name Idi Amin Dada. Amin overthrew President Obote in a coup, and was deposed after a period of rule characterized by the murder of political opponents and the expulsion of non-Africans

Idi Amin Dada in Amin, Idi British & World English

(1925–2003), Ugandan soldier and head of state 1971-9; full name Idi Amin Dada. Amin overthrew President Obote in a coup, and was deposed after a period of rule characterized by the murder of political opponents and the expulsion of non-Africans

Dada New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

early 20th-cent. movement in art etc.

Dada English-Spanish

dadá, dadaísmo masculine

Idi Amin Dada in Amin New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

, Idi (1925–2003), Ugandan head of state 1971–9; full name Idi Amin Dada

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