Definition of Acheson, Dean Gooderham in English:

Acheson, Dean Gooderham

Syllabification: Ach·e·son, Dean Gooderham
Pronunciation: /ˈaCHəsən
 
/
( 1893–1971), US statesman; secretary of state 1949–53. He urged international control of nuclear power, was instrumental in the formation of NATO, and implemented the Marshall Plan and the Truman Doctrine.

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Pronunciation: abˈjo͝or
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solemnly renounce (a belief, cause, or claim)