Definition of Mazarin, Jules in English:

Mazarin, Jules

Syllabification: Maz·a·rin, Jules
Pronunciation: /ˈmäzərin, mäzäˈraN
 
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( 1602–61), French statesman, born in Italy; Italian name Giulio Mazzarino. Sent to Paris as the Italian papal legate (1634), he became a naturalized Frenchman and was made a cardinal in 1641 and then chief minister of Louis XIV in 1642.

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