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Napoleon British & World English

The name of three rulers of France:

napoleon British & World English

A gold twenty-franc French coin minted in the reign of Napoleon I

Napoleon in Napoleon British & World English

Napoleon I (1769–1821), emperor 1804–14 and 1815; full name Napoleon Bonaparte; known as Napoleon. In 1799 Napoleon joined a conspiracy which overthrew the Directory, becoming the supreme ruler of France. He declared himself emperor in 1804, and established an empire stretching from Spain to Poland. After defeats at Trafalgar (1805) and in Russia (1812), he abdicated and was exiled to the island of Elba (1814). He returned to power in 1815, but was defeated at Waterloo and exiled to the island of St Helena

double napoleon British & World English

A gold forty-franc French coin

napoleon boot in napoleon British & World English

A boot worn by men in the 19th century, reaching above the knee in front and with a piece cut out behind

McGraw, John British & World English

(1873–1934), US baseball player and manager; nickname Little Napoleon; full name John Joseph McGraw. He played mostly for the Baltimore Orioles during 1891–99 and then managed the New York Giants 1902–32. Baseball Hall of Fame (1937)

Napoleon I in Napoleon British & World English

Napoleon I (1769–1821), emperor 1804–14 and 1815; full name Napoleon Bonaparte; known as Napoleon. In 1799 Napoleon joined a conspiracy which overthrew the Directory, becoming the supreme ruler of France. He declared himself emperor in 1804, and established an empire stretching from Spain to Poland. After defeats at Trafalgar (1805) and in Russia (1812), he abdicated and was exiled to the island of Elba (1814). He returned to power in 1815, but was defeated at Waterloo and exiled to the island of St Helena

Napoleon II in Napoleon British & World English

Napoleon II (1811–1832), son of Napoleon I and Empress Marie-Louise; full name Napoleon François Charles Joseph Bonaparte. In 1814 Napoleon I abdicated on behalf of himself and Napoleon II, who had no active political role

Napoleon III in Napoleon British & World English

Napoleon III (1808–73), emperor 1852–70; full name Charles Louis Napoleon Bonaparte; known as Louis-Napoleon. A nephew of Napoleon I, Napoleon III was elected President of the Second Republic in 1848 and staged a coup in 1851. He abdicated in 1870 after defeat in the Franco-Prussian War

Little Napoleon in McGraw, John British & World English

(1873–1934), US baseball player and manager; nickname Little Napoleon; full name John Joseph McGraw. He played mostly for the Baltimore Orioles during 1891–99 and then managed the New York Giants 1902–32. Baseball Hall of Fame (1937)

Louis-Napoleon in Napoleon British & World English

Napoleon III (1808–73), emperor 1852–70; full name Charles Louis Napoleon Bonaparte; known as Louis-Napoleon. A nephew of Napoleon I, Napoleon III was elected President of the Second Republic in 1848 and staged a coup in 1851. He abdicated in 1870 after defeat in the Franco-Prussian War

Napoleon Bonaparte in Napoleon British & World English

Napoleon I (1769–1821), emperor 1804–14 and 1815; full name Napoleon Bonaparte; known as Napoleon. In 1799 Napoleon joined a conspiracy which overthrew the Directory, becoming the supreme ruler of France. He declared himself emperor in 1804, and established an empire stretching from Spain to Poland. After defeats at Trafalgar (1805) and in Russia (1812), he abdicated and was exiled to the island of Elba (1814). He returned to power in 1815, but was defeated at Waterloo and exiled to the island of St Helena

Charles Louis Napoleon Bonaparte in Napoleon British & World English

Napoleon III (1808–73), emperor 1852–70; full name Charles Louis Napoleon Bonaparte; known as Louis-Napoleon. A nephew of Napoleon I, Napoleon III was elected President of the Second Republic in 1848 and staged a coup in 1851. He abdicated in 1870 after defeat in the Franco-Prussian War

Napoleon François Charles Joseph Bonaparte in Napoleon British & World English

Napoleon II (1811–1832), son of Napoleon I and Empress Marie-Louise; full name Napoleon François Charles Joseph Bonaparte. In 1814 Napoleon I abdicated on behalf of himself and Napoleon II, who had no active political role

he imagined he was Napoleon in imagine English-Spanish

se creía que era Napoleón

the remnants of Napoleon's army in remnant English-Spanish

lo que quedaba del ejército napoleónico

Napoleon was advancing at the head of 100,000 men in head English-Spanish

Napoleón avanzaba a la cabeza de 100.000 hombres